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In choosing "Treasure" a> the theme for our yearbook, we 
had in mind the great unquestionable benefits we believe w< 
have derived from our high school training. 

We have carried our theme on the divider pages of our 
hook 111 this order: the treasure to lie found in sharing know I 
edge, in sharing re>i><>u>il>ilitv. in sharing service, in sharing 
memories, in sharing tun and recreation, in sharing teamwork, 
and m sharing good » ill. 

To give life and color to our theme we have used the pirati 
motif, and our cover bears the Tiot treasure chip which, a- it 

Sails out into the wide ocean of Lite, carries the editors' wish 

for Miiooth sailing under sunny >kie> to you all. 





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NORWOOD HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY 7 
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JOHN J. CAVANAUGH 
Chairman School Commit fee 




LINCOLN D. LYNCH 

Superintendent of Schools 




School Committee 

Standing: Dr. Kelley, Mr. Nelson, Superintendent Lynch, Mr. Diggs, Mr. Reynolds. 
Seated: Miss Syverson (clerk), Mrs Hemman, Miss Blanchot. 



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Vocational School 

Peabody School 
Under graduates 

Activities 

Sports 

Class Will 

School oonc 
Advertising 






MR. JOHN 7 B. KELLEY 

Dedication 

Whenever a beautiful baritone voice booms through the 
corridors of Norwood High School, we all recognize that 
Mr. Kelley is in the vicinity. Possessed of a wit as penetrating 
as his voice, Mr. Kelley is deservedly popular with faculty 
and students alike. This treasure of a treasurer seems to us 
a fitting recipient of the honor of this dedication. 



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Miss Mildred Metcalf 



Miss Hiilh M. Gow 




Miss Mary Coughlin 




Miss Marguerite Elliott 



In Appreciation 



The four recently retired teachers pictured above represent approxi- 
mately our hundred and fifty years of service in the education of young 
people in the town of Norwood. Nothing can measure the value of their 
contribution to the youth of today and yesterday. Unselfish devotion, 
unflagging interest, competent instruction, and patience above and beyond 
the call of duty have earned them the lasting gratitude of our town. For 
ourselves and all these others, we say, "Thank you most sincerely." 



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Administration 




PRINCIPAL CHARLES A. HAYDEN 



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Administration 






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Miss {Catherine !•'.. Ryan 
D( mi of Girls 

Biology 
Staff Council 




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Mr. Thomas J. Roche 
I 'ice Principal 

S/u1}' I 'iniiicil 

Physics 




Miss Mary T. Naughton 
Assistant School Secretary 



Mr. Martin O'Donnel] 

Submastt r 

Basic Math 
Commercial Geography 



Mi^s Jean M. Connolly 
School S< crt tary 



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Senior Advisers 








Mr. Pritchett A. Klugh 

Chemistry 

Biology 




Mrs. Florence Riley 

French 

Yearbook Adviser 

Chairman Senior Advisers 






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Mr. John Sullivan 

Biology 

Chemistry 

Photography Club Adviser 




Miss Margaret Kenefick 

Business Training 

Shorthand 

Typewriting 




Mr. Richard Bonin 

US. History 
Modern Problems 



Mr. John B. Kelley 

School Treasurer 

Bookkeeping 

Business Lino 





Miss Louise McCormack 
English 




Mrs. Joy A. Spanos 
Art Department 



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Mr. John ,1. Flaherty 
English 

Head of English Department 




Mr. James A. Dunn 

Math IV , Geometry 

C.P. Math 

Head of Mathematics 

Department 



Junior Advisers 




Mrs. Tillie Coburn 

Algebra, Geometry 

F.T.A. Adviser 

Chairman of Junior Advisers 



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Mr. James J. Gormley 

Economics 

World History 

Faculty Manager of Athletics 




Mr. I). Vincenl Kenefick 

U.S. History 

( 'ommercial Law 

Head of History Department 




Miss Delores Evans 

French, Spanish 
Hilltopper Adviser 




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Mr. John Piccirilli 


Mrs. Carol Davis 


Mr. Warren Averill 


Mr. John A. Osgood 


Algebra, Geometry 


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Biology 


U.S. History 




Typewriting 


Applied Physics 


Problems of Democracy 




Business Arithmetic 




Ass't Student Council Adviser 




Tennis Coach 







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Sophomore Advisers 




Miss Ellen Burke 
English 



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Mr. Fred Richardson 

Related Vocational Subjects 

Algebra, Basketball Coach 

J.V. Baseball Coach 

Cross Country Coach 

Chairman Sophomore Advisers 




Miss Catherine A. Coleman 

English 

Staff Council 





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Miss Grace C. McGonagle 

Head of Business Dept. 

Business Subjects 





Miss Ruth M. Johngren 

French, Spanish 

Head of Foreign Lang. Dept. 





Mr. Everett F. Learnard 

Head of Science Department 

Biology, Chemistry 

Phusics. Visual Education 

Golf Coach 

Staff Council 






Mr. Gilbert F. Dehler 
Latin 



Mr. Vincent Overlock 
Algebra 
Math IV 



Miss Margaret Wegerdt 

World History 

U.S. History 



Miss Elizabeth O'Sullivan 
English 



Not Pictured — Miss Agnes Bridges, Home Economics 
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Special Advisers 




Mr. Orlando M. Scafati 

Director of Physical 

Education, Athletics, 

Coach of Football 

Coach of Baseball 




Mrs. Ethel M. McGrath 

Instructor of Developmental 

Reading 




Miss Mary Hubbard 

English 

Student Council Adviser 




Mr. Clifford H. Wheeler 
Director of Bops' Vocational 
School, Mechanical Drawing 




Mr. Thomas White 
Guidance Counselor 







Mr. Stanley Fisher 

Driver Education 

Vocational Science 

Biology 




Mr. John Faucett Mrs. M. Theresa Sweeney 

Varsity Choir, Hi-Fi's Librarian 

Hi-Lows, Music Appreciation 



Mr. George Farnum 
Band Director 



Mr. Lewie G. Lugton 
Boys' Vocational Shop 



Not pictured — Miss Erna Kiley, Physical Education; Miss Lucy Steele, Some Economics 

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Maintenance 




Mr. George F. Fitzgerald 





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Mr. John Fitzgerald 




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Officers of Class of 1959 as Sophomores 

Standing: Moynihan, Williamson, Salie, Crawford, Purpura. 
Sitting: Rizzo. 



We Set Sail 



In September of '56, our treasure ship 
was successfully launched with white sails 
billowing and flags flying. Though at first 
we floundered a little on the high seas, 
we soon oriented ourselves and set a 
straight course for destination "x." 

After a month at sea, we elected officers 
to lead our crew and to keep our clipper 
in tip-top shape. They were as follows : 
Michael Rizzo, president; Susan Craw- 
ford, vice-president ; Marilyn Mitchell, 
secretary ; Sally Williamson, girls' treas- 
urer; William Moynihan, boys' treasurer; 
Judy Salie, Girls' A. A. ; and Gus Pur- 
pura, boys' A. A. 

On the night of October 25, 1956, when 
we had finally become used to life on 
board ship, we held a gay celebration. We 
danced to fine music, consumed enormous 
amounts of coke and doughnuts, and were 
entertained royally by talented members 
of our crew. Mike Rizzo did a memorable 



job as emcee for the occasion. 

Before we had been long en route, some 
of our masculine ship-mates began to show 
great promise in the world of sports. On 
the gridiron, the basketball court, and the 
hockey rink our crew members demon- 
strated great athletic abilities. 

When December rolled around, we fol- 
lowed in the tradition of previous 
treasure-ship crews by presenting a 
Christmas assembly. It was a fine pro- 
gram in which well-known Christmas 
carols were played or sung and their his- 
tories explained. 

For the rest of the year we sailed 
calmly ahead, fortunately meeting no 
rough seas and avoiding all hurricanes 
and typhoons. By June of '57, we had 
completed the first phase of our journey 
and were still on course, steering ahead 
straight and true. 



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Officers of Class of 1959 as Juniors 

H eab : Sanborn 

Middle: Grinavic, Brannelly, Swift, Rizzo 

Front: E rick son, Keedy 



We Pursue a Straight Course 



After a two-month sojourn on a South 
Pacific island, we were on board again, 
with renewed vigor for the second phase 
of our voyage. Being more experienced 
in the art of sailing this year than last. 
we did not flounder now, but went right 
to work, electing as our new officers 
Michael Rizzo, president: Leslie Swift, 
vice-president; Martha Keedy, secretary; 
Peggy Brannelly, girls' treasurer; George 
Sanborn, boys' treasurer; Nancy Erick- 
son, girls' A. A. and Tony Grinavic, boys' 
A. A. 

As soon as the sports season got under 
way, it was plain to see what our crew 
was just bursting with fine athletes. Our 
gridiron greats. Tony Grinavic, Pete 
Dixon, Bob Bethoney, Dan McKcnna, and 
Bill Movnihan, distinguished themselves 
and heaped honor on our class. On the 
basketball court Jerry and Jack Con- 
cannon, Dan McKenna and Pete Dixon 



proved to have great scoring potential, 
while on the ice, Artie Walker, Gus Pur- 
pura, Bill Movnihan, and Tom Brannelly 
won the applause of all. Of course we 
were proud too, of our diamond boys, 
Paul Murphy, Tony Grinavic, Peter 
Dixon, and Dan McKenna. 

On the memorable evening of April 11. 
came one of the most climactic events 
of our voyage — our junior prom. We 
were all delighted with the gaily striped 
carousel, the wishing well with real water, 
not to mention real fish, and the garlands 
of flowers. This was one evening when 
April Love was truly in the air. 

To conclude the second phase of our 
voyage, we presented a class day for the 
Seniors of '58. Eagerly we looked for- 
ward to the final stage of our journey 
which we knew would bring us to the long- 
awaited treasure. 



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1959 Class Officers as Seniors 

Standing: Gillis, Erickson, Brannelly, Fairbanks, MeKenna 
Seated: Rizzo, Mitchell 

We Approach Our Destination 



With a stir of excitement and antici- 
pation, we began the third and final leg 
of our journey in September of 1958. On 
board were two new fellow travelers, Peter 
Koehl and Belgin Tanil, both of whom 
we have found to be fine and interesting 
company throughout the year. 

To keep our ship in order during this 
last and all-important phase of our voy- 
age, we elected Michael Rizzo, president ; 
Thomas Brannelly, vice-president ; Nancy 
Erickson, secretary ; Marilyn Mitchell 
and Daniel Gillis, treasurers ; and Joan 
Fairbanks and Daniel MeKenna A. A. 
representatives. 

We had been underway only a short 
while when the football season arrived 
again, with the N.H.S. team full of its 
usual spirit and determination. Our 
memorable grid-iron men Bob Bethoney, 
Pete Dixon, Tony Grinavic, Danny 
MeKenna, Billy Moynihan, Jerry Con- 
cannon and others formed a nearly im- 
pregnable team. Adding to the zest and 
enthusiasm of the games were our cheer- 



leaders Marilyn Mitchell, Leslie Swift, 
Martha Keedy, Kathy Burke, Sandy 
Nixon, Captain Susan Crawford, and 
juniors Elbe Eckhardt, Jackie Pasionek, 
and Leona Rentel. 

The first feature presentation of our 
crew came on December 5, 1958, when 
Sally Williamson, Frank Babel, Charlene 
Toram, and John Noonan starred in 
Seventen is Terrific, coached by the able 
and hard-working Mr. John Flaherty. 
Other members of the cast that we will 
never forget were Danny Gillis, Bonnie 
Hussey, Peggy Sullivan, Stephen Clem, 
Muriel Naylor, Mary Carpenter, Carol 
Sarno, and Martha Snider. 

Excitement over the play had scarcely 
died down when the hockey team began 
its breath-taking and successful season. 
We all cheered wildly for Tom Brannelly, 
Gus Purpura, Artie Walker, Billy Moyni- 
han, Jimmy Neilsen, and Ed Graney, as 
they won game after game. The arena 
this year was certainly a crowded place, 
echoing with cheers for Norwood. 



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At the same time, our basketball team, 
carried on to victory by such hoop-stars 
as Danny McKenna, Jerry Concannon, 
Ronnie Wilder, Paul Murphy, and Pete 
Dixon, was adding more credit to the 
N'.II.S. reputation in the world of sports. 

The time seemed to fly by as we breezed 
briskly along over a calm blue sea. Sm I 
denly it was April 17th and we were 
presenting our senior musicale, "Tiot 
Tactics '59," to a full house at the Junior 
High School. Of course, being a produc- 
tion of the class of 1959, it was a tre- 
mendous show-. 

Simultaneous with the coming of spring 
»;i> the opening of the baseball season. 
Pete Dixon, Danny McKenna. Paul Mur- 
phy, Tony Grinavic, Bobby Gianusso, 
Frank Babel, and Paul Costello kept our 
team at the top of the league, the accus- 
tomed place for all N.H.S. teams of 1959. 
Spring was really in the air the eve- 
ning of May 15th when we flocked happily 



to our last big event on hoard, the senior 
prom. It was a wonderful occasion, topped 
oil' by dancing at the King Phillip. 

Now, as we draw closer and closer to 
the end of our treasure search. we wish 
to thank Mr. Hayden, Mis. Riley, and Mr. 
Flaherty; the yearbook editors, Bonnie 
Hussev and Ronnie Wilder; Mike Rizzo, 
our president : Bob Bethoney, our Student 
Council President: and Miss Hubbard, 
Student Council advisor, and all our help- 
ful hard-working teachers for their aid 
in making our voyage successful. 

Today we have reached destination 
"X." the goal that seemed so hazy and SO 
tar distant back in September. 1956. The 
treasure has been uncovered and divided 
among our crew. Of course, you must all 
know by now that our treasure chest is 
filled to overflowing with rich, golden 
memories of our three years at Norwood 



High School. 



S.C. '59 



SUSAN CRAWFORD 
Senior Historian 




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Most Talented 



R. Bet homey- h Mitchell 




Best Dressed 
R. Kent M. Sullivan 
PI. Rizzo 




Class Flirts 



G Purpura- B. Ferris 




Cutest 

Y\.R\zzo A.Walker 
S Crawford 




Ace Accomplishers 



B. HuSSEY - W.VlRGIINSKI 



Most Musical 
M Rizzo -SHason 




Most Huhorous 
B Ferris -B-Moynihah 




Most Likely To Succeed 

B HuSSEY - R VlLTJER 



IHE BESTGST 




Best Actor amd Actress 
C. Ibnn - J. Noon ah 



Host Popular 
H. Rizzo - S. Crawford 





Host Athletic 
P Long staff A. Grinavic 



Blst Looking 
G. Sanborn - S. Willi amsom 




Most Depetsda&le 
H. Rizzo-M.Keedy 



Best Students 
B. HuSSEY - R.W/lLDER 





Most Artistic 
C Tonn R Kent 



Best ■ Dancers 
P.Dixon - M.Sullivan 




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MARY LOUISE ABELY 

38 Railroad Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Assembly Committee 3; Senior Musicale; 
The Hilltopper 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 3. 
This neat and pretty girl is always well-dressed . . . 
she'd make a nice Powers model. 



PRISCILLA MARTHA ADAMS "Pris" 

4 Yew Drive 
Ticket Seller 3; Senior Musicale; Student Council 
Dance Committee; Pep Squad. 

Priscilla came to us from Florida . . . she's always 
fashionably attired . . . not given to idle chatter 
. . . gentle and agreeable. 



LEONARD W. ACKER "Lenny" 

96 Lincoln Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Taciturn, mild-mannered, and courteous . . . Lenny 
is a conscientious and industrious worker. 



FRANK JAMES BABEL "Bullet" 

32 Prospect Avenue 
Junior Prom Committee; Class Play Cast; Senior 
Musicale; Boys' State; Glee Club 2, 3; Hi-Fi's 2, 3; 
Varsity Choir 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; 
Honor Roll 1. 

A classroom comedian with a perpetual smile . . . 
ace reliever on the baseball team. 




WILLIAM S. BAINTON "Moose" 

46 Florence Avenue 
Senior Musicale; Orchestra 1, 2; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 
2, 3; Hi-Fi's 2, 3; Hockey 3. 

Musically inclined, Bill is a fine trombone player . . . 
the out-door life appeals to kim. 



CONSTANCE JEAN BALUTIS "Connie" 

955 Washington Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Traffic Squad; Senior 
Musicale; Yearbook Advertising Staff; The Hill- 
topper 2; Band I, 2, 3; Usherette at Senior Play; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Honor Roll 1. 2. 
A comely majorette who can "strut her stuff" with 
the band and hold her own with the scholars of the 
class. 



LESLIE LILLIAN BALCH 

254 Elm, West Mansfield 
Junior Prom Committee; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Basket- 
ball 1, 2; Christmas Pageant 3; Press Club Repre- 
sentative 1, 2. 

Active and ebullient . . . concerned about others 
. . . always willing to lend a helping hand. 



NORMA ANN BARNES "Norm" 

85 Summer Street, Franklin 
Senior Musicale; Get-acquainted Tea Hostess 3; 
Halloween Party Committee 3; Christmas Sale Com- 
mittee 3; Christmas Pageant 3; Valentine Party 
Committee 2; Spring Prom Committee 2; Step Party 
Committee 2. 



Sweet and likable, quiet and dignified 
culinary ability is outstanding. 



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LURA HAMILTON' BELL 

120 Federal Street, Weymouth, Mass. 
Student Council Assembly; Junior Party; Sophomore 
Party; Pep Club; Thanksgiving Assembly; Hallow- 
een Committee. 

A glamorous miss with « pleasant manner . . . I/ura 
possesses a natural talent for hairdressing. 



JUDITH ANN BERGMAN "Judy" 

893 Washington Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Ticket Siller 1, 2; 
Senior Musicale; Varsity Choir 2. 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3. 
./« athletic gal with a flair for tennis . . . cheerful 
mid dependable. 



JUDITH ANN BERGFORS "Judy" 

46 Mt. Vernon Street, West Weymouth, Mass. 
Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1; Tea Hostess 3; 
Christmas Pageant 3. 

Attractive but introspective . . ■ Judy's personality 
is of the shy, retiring type. 



ROBERT JAMES BETHONEY "Beth" 

124-7 Washington Street 
Student Council I. .'. 3; Student Council Officer 2, 3: 
yearbook Editorial Staff; orchestra I. 2, 3; Band 

1, 2. 3; (ilee Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Fi's 2. 3; Varsity Choir 

2, 3; Football I. 2, 3; Honor Roll 2. 3. 

Popular President of the Student Council ... a 
terror on tin gridiron (ami elsewhere) . . . expresses 

himself frit In iiinl of oil linns. 




ELLEN CHRISTINE BLOOM "Hon" 

316 Washington Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Ticket Seller 2; 
Senior Musicale; Yearbook Typing Committee; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Lo\s 2, 3;" Varsity Choir 2, 3; 
Christmas Sale Committee 3; Christmas Pageant. 
./ friendly and co-operative girl who has a melodious 
voice and a delightful personality. 



JOHN P. BOWLER "Johnny" 

112 Winslow Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Class Plaj Committee; Senior Musicale; Glee 
(l\d) 1, 2, 3; Hi-Fi's 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3. 
An excellent swimmer, Johnny is a lifeguard in the 
summer . . . Chemistry is his favoriU subject. 



GERD PETER BOND 

110 Richland Road 
Class Play Committee; Senior Musicale; Orchestra 1; 
Band 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Projection Club 3. 
A capable accordionist . . . always well-mannered 
. . . a hard-working student with a nice smile. 



MARGARET MARY BRANNELLY "Peggy" 

9(> Railroad Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council 3; 
Junior Prom Committe; Class Officer 2; Yearbook 
Editorial Staff; the Hilltopper 2; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Future Nurses of America. 

"Danny Boy" is her favorite Sony . . . sin's been 
faithful throughout her high school days. WUl we 
ever forget that laugh? 



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THOMAS JOSEPH BRANNELLY "Tail" 

96 Railroad Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council 2, 3; 
Graduation Usher '58; Class Officer 3; Senior 
Musicale; Student Council Dance Committee; Hockey 
I, 2, 3. 

Crack goalie and star of the history department . . . 
quiet but well-liked by the fairer sex. 



WILLIAM JAMES BUCKLEY "Huck" 

75 Day Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 
Interested in sports and also a "fair lady" from 
Needham . . . a Liggett lingerer. 



KATHERINE MARY BRODERICK "Kathy" 

2 Nahatan Court 
Sophomore Party Entertainment Committee; Sopho- 
more Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Lo's 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Honor 
Roll 2; Christmas Sale Committee 3; Christmas 
Pageant. 

An earnest student interested in our Roslindale 
neighbors . . . she'll make a splendid secretary. 



KATHLEEN MARIE BURKE "Kathy" 

175 Vernon Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Assembly Committee; 
Hilltop Highlights 2; Class Play Committee; Year- 
book Advertising Staff; Cheerleader 3; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3; Future Nurses of America; Honor Roll 1. 
A vivid outgoing personality . . . a cheerleader, office 
holder and student par excellence. 





MAUREEN CATHERINE BURKE "Mo" 

79 Rosemary Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Assembly Committee 
3; Hilltop Highlights 2; Junior Prom Committee; 
Yearbook Circulation Committee; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Varsity Choir 2, 3; Future Nurses of America; 
Senior Musicale. 

pleasant, pretty, and popular, she is universally ad- 
mired for her tailored good looks. 



BRIAN SAUNDERS CALLAHAN "Cal" 

93 Lincoln Street 
Senior Musicale; Glee Club 2, 3; Hi-Fi's 3; Varsity 
Choir 2, 3; Projection Club 2; Baseball Manager. 
A car enthusiast . . . a good organizer with strong 
opinions . . . likes to argue.. 



MARY THERESA BUTLER 

58 Valley Road 
Senior Musicale. 

Fall River's loss was our gain . . . Mary's discerning 
find perspicacious manner is the perfect foil for her 
quick and' sparkling sense of humor. 



ETHEL MAE CALLIS 

518 Washington Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Commitee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Band 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 

A ready-spoken band member who still retains a 
trace of the deep South in her accent. 



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LUCILLE I.YNNE CARCHEDI "Lou" 

22 Lenox Avenue 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
Sweet mill sincere, this petite brunette always 1ms a 
lovely smile for everyone. 



MAUV A. CARPENTER 

154 Nichols Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Traffic Squad; Class Play 
Cast; The Hilltopper 2; Basketball 3; Future Teach- 
ers of America; Senior Musicale. 
Hi r many friends recognize Mori/'* sunny and 
sociable nature . . . her gleeful laugh is a familiar 
sound iii every class. 



WILFRED CARL CARLSON "Will" 

153 Washington Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Projection Club 2. 

Buick's best demonstrator . . ■ adept at working 
with tools , . . me like his taxi ilutii. too. 



rREDERICK HAROLD CHIPMAN "Chip" 

433 Winter Street 
Orchestra I; Hand 2; Baseball 1; Senior Musicale. 
Tall, dark mid good-looking . . . interested in the 
ladies and they in him. 




PAIL FRANCIS CIANCARELLI "Chunky" 

104 Cedar Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Baseball 1. 

Composed and taciturn . . . he goes about his work 
quietly and efficiently. 



JOHN WILLIAM CLINCH "Yardley" 

195 Vernon Street 
Senior Musicale; Yearbook Advertising Committee; 
Basketball 1. 3; Cross-Country 3; Tennis 2, 3; 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

Humorous and intelligent . . . possesses mi ingratia- 
ting grin . . . usually up to smin thing. 



STEPHEN FRANK CLEM "Steve"' 

17 Andrews Street 
Class Day '58; Traffic Squad; Class Play Cast; 
Senior Musicale; Yearbook Advertising Staff. 
Quiet and studious . . . Steve has a off-beat sense 
of humor . . . exceptionally interested in matters 
scientific. 



JOHN CONCANNON 'Hipper'' 

Hi Cambridge Road 
Senior Musicale; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1. -'. .i: 
Football 1. 2, 3. 

.1 former football and basketball great . . . "Ripper" 
is a virile chap and has a way with the fairer sir. 



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WILLIAM COXCAXXOX "Jezza" 

16 Cambridge Road 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Senior Musicale. 

High scoring pivot man in basketball . . . his interests 
lie in the Peabody. 



PAUL MICHAEL COXXOLLY "Crusher" 

6 Grant Avenue 
Hi-Fi's 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; 
Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2. 

A constituent of the Ward . . . "Crusher" likes to 
wander through the corridors . . . keeps his class- 
mates amused. 



MATTHEW B. COXXOLLY "Chub" 

2 Charles Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Fi's 
2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Hockey 3. 

"Chub" is an excellent soloist and does a really pro- 
fessional job . . . he likes fishing and the outdoor 
life, also. 



PETER M. COXXOLLY "Cringo" 

172 Fulton Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Subdued in manner, but his friends say that's de- 
ceiving . . . "Cringo" has a happy-go-lucky air. 






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SHEILA AXX COXXOLLY 

243 Winter Street 
Traffic Squad; Class Play Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Yearbook Advertising Staff; Usherette at 
Senior Play; Glee Club 2, 3; Future Xurses of 
America. 

A potential nurse whose patients will surely love 
her . . . her smile can really be termed radiant. 



JOSEPH SEBASTIAX COXSEXTIXO "Joe" 

709. Pleasant Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

"Joe has a word for all . . . interested in everyone 
and everything . . . cooperative but not too academi- 
cally inclined. 



PEXELOPE MARYJAXE COXRAD "Penny" 

51 Plimpton Avenue 
Class Day '58; Senior Musicale; Tea Hostess 3; 
Halloween Party Committee 3; Christmas Pageant; 
Step Party Committee 1; Press Club 1. 
"Miss Vogue of 1959" . . . Penny always sees the 
funny side of life. 



JOSEPH MICHAEL CORBETT "Joe" 

277 Winter Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Yearbook 
Advertising Committee; Glee Club 2; Hi-Fi's 3; 
Varsity Choir 3; Track 1, 3. 

Angelic of countenance, if not of conduct, Joe excels 
en the cinder path . . . a customer attraction at the 
Star. 



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JANICE MARIE CORSINI "Jan" 

(i Earle Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Traffic Squad; 
Senior Musicale; Glee Club 3; Varsity Choir :i: 
Honor Roll 1. 

./ neighboring town claims her interest . . . an 
enviable complexion and an amiable disposition. 



JAMES MICHAEL COUGHLIN "Jim" 

iiii Codman Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale; Glee 
Club l ; Football 1. 

. / "nmn about town" with that "anil" manner and 
good nature which bring him a wealth of friends. 



PAUL EDWAKI) COSTELLO "Costy" 

27 Oak Road 
Student Council :i; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Yearbook Advertising Staff; Baseball 
I. 2, 3; Football 1. 2, 3. 

./ fine, well-developed athleti . . . excels in footUn.ll 
and baseball ■ . . has his own views about life tool 
school. 



DALE CRAMER 

5 Orchard Lane 
Senior Musicale; Junior Prom Committee; Ticket 

Seller. 

.In import from Walpole ~..itli a mischievous per- 
sonality . . . her sensi of humor causes confusion. 




SUSAN ELIZABETH CRAWFORD "Sue" 

103 Elliot Street 
Student Council 1. 2; Student Council Officer 2; 
Class Officer I; Yearbook Advertising Staff; Cheer- 
leader 2,3; Hand 1, 2; Olee Club 2; Varsity Choir 3; 
Basketball I; Honor Roll 1. 2. 

Our cute and competent cheerleading captain . . . 
Sue excels as a student, band member, and class 
officer . . . Hiss Personality Plus. 



BARBARA LOUISE CUMMINS "Barb" 

202 Washington Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Traffic Squad; 
Senior Musicale; Olee Club 2, A: Honor Roll 1. :i. 
Congenial and attractive, she has won many friends 
. . . that twinkle in her eyes has becom( Barbara's 
trade mark. 



ROSE MARIE CROTEAU "Rosie" 

38 Wheelock Avenue 
Band 1. 2, 3; Tea Hostess; Halloween Party Com- 
mittee 2, 3 Christmas Sale Committee 3; Christmas 
Pageant 2, 3; Spring Prom Committee 1, 2; Step 
Party Committee 1, 2. 

Prom Committee 1. 2; Step Party Committee I, 2. 
A loyal friend . . . a girl of many talents . . . 
dreamy and unpredictable. 



BETSY BRUCE CURRIER "Bets" 

34 Lilly Lane, Dedham, Mass. 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale; Hand 
1. 2, 3; Tea Hostess 3; Halloween Party 1. 2, 3; 
Christmas Sale Committee; Christmas Pageant 2. A: 
Step Party Committee 2. 

Quiet and interestingly aloof . . . Betsy with her 
modest charm, will be a success in tit. fashion world. 



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MARJORIE JEAN DAVIDSON "Margie" 

23 Rockhill Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Yearbook 
Typing Committee; Glee Club 2. 
An attractive blonde with an eager interest in 
reading . . . co-operative and generous. 



JOHN J. DEVINE "Dealer" 

908 Washington Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Student Council 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale. 

Frequently seen with a big cheroot . . . "Dealer" 
is a popular play-boy . . . plenty of "ginger" in his 
make-up. 



GERTRUDE MURIEL DEL'ETOILE "Trudy" 

22 Westland Avenue, Westwood 
Senior Musicale; Varsity Choir 3; Executive Board 
Member; S.C.A. 2, 3; President of Student Co- 
operative Association 3; Halloween Party 2, 3; 
Christmas Sale 2, 3; Christmas Pageant; Spring 
I'rom Committee. 

Warm-hearted and generous . . . a captivating per- 
sonality . . . Trudy wins friends as easily as the 
Yanks win pennants. 



ROBERT PATRICK DEVINE "Bob" 

56 Irving Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

/( future fireman, Bob is a real "spark" . . . given 
to expressing himself widely and eloquently. 




JUDITH ELAINE DIGGS "Judy" 

439 Washington Street 
Student Council 2, 3; Student Council Officer 3; 
Junior Prom Committee; Traffic Squad; Yearbook 
Circulation Committee; Band 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 1, 
2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2. 

An all around good scout . . . universally liked . . . 
student council officer and capable office assistant. 



DAVID GORDON DOE "Dave" 

114 Chapel Street 
Senior Musicale; Varsity Choir 3; Projection Club 2. 
An amateur meteorologist, this worthwhile hobby 
will carry him far . . . scientifically erudite. 



PETER V. DIXON "Pete" 

21 Maple Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 
2, 3; Track 1, 2; Honor Roll 1. 
Outstanding athlete whether on the gridiron, basket- 
ball court or diamond . . . Pete is known for his 
sportsmanship and tremendous will to win. 



JOSEPH ANTHONY DONATO "Joe" 

35 David Terrace 

Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
The Hilltopper 2; Baseball 1. 

Reserved and studious, Joe tries hard and is diligent 
in all his efforts . . . an even disposition. 



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ELIZABETH ELLEN DOYLE "Betsy" 

15 Cross Street 

Sophomore Christmas Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Glee Club I, 2. :!; Honor 
Roll 1. 

/' rii no nil and gentle of manner, but at the wheel of 
the ear she changes her nature. 



ARTHUR WINSTON ELKINS "Art" 

229 Winter Street 
Senior Musicale; Future Teachers of America -'; 
Honor Roll I. 

Mild-mannered, interested in till his studies and 
excelling in many . . . a worthy class member. 



MICHAEL EDMUND DUFFY "Mike" 

3 Cushing Road 
Senior Musicale; Glee Club :S; Hi-Fi's 2; Varsity 
Choir 2. 3; Baseball I. 

Taciturn l>nl good-humored . ■ . ranks high in the 
opinion of his classmates . . . n helpful and coopera- 
tive citizen. 



VIRGINIA JEAN ELLIS "Ginny" 

88 Washington Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Class Play 
Committee; Glee Club I, 2, :i; Hi-Lo's 2, :i; Varsity 
Choir 2, :i; Future Teachers of America :i. 
.'.n easy-going and charming young lady with envi- 
able hih nt as a seamstress . . . no party can bt dull 
xohen "Ginger" is there. 




FAITH ANN ERICKSON "Doody" 

si Summer Street 
Student Council 1; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Future Teachers of America; Honor 
Roll 1. 

Pint-sized and piquant . . . stops, looks and listens 
for R.R. and vice versa. 



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JOAN LEE FAIRBANKS "Joni" 

13 Oak Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council 1, 2; 
Officer 3; Junior Prom Committee; Traffic Squad; 
Class Officer :i; Yearbook Advertising Staff; Election 
Commission 2. 3; Future Nurses of America; Honor 
Roll 1. 2, :i. 

./ class favorite anil a charming vote-getter . . . 
who wouldn't like lo he her patient? 



NANCY JANE ERICKSON "Erik" 

lit Elliot Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Student Council. 2; 
Junior Prom Committee; Class Officer 2, 3; Senior 
Musicale; Yearbook Advertising Committee; Student 
Council Dance Committee; Future Teachers of 
America. 

Our popular anil attractive class secretary ... a 
bonny maid with a sparkling smile and -winning 
-.rails. 



ELIZABETH MARY FAMIGLIETTE "Liz" 

21 Austin Street 
Orchestra 1, 2; Hand 1; Glee Club 1. 2; Varsity 
Choir 2; Honor Roll 1; Christmas Sale Committee. 
Inclined to tin dramatic in appearand ..." skilled 
saxophonist with largi ami lustrous eyes. 



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JOHN' PHILIP FANNING "Bucka" 

14 Mountain Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Assembly Committee 
2,3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musieale; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Fi's 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 
2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers of America. 
Outstanding in hockey, has an indomitable will . . . 
a taxi artist in his spare time. 



ANITA LOUISE FERRARA "Nita" 

-594 Nahatan Street 
Assembly Committee 2; Senior Musieale; Yearbook 
Typing Committe; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Lo's 2, 3; 
Varsity Choir 2, 3; Honor Roll 1; Christmas Sale 
Committee 3. 

A real 'teen queen with flashing dark eyes . . . this 
well-favored brunette is sprightly and flirtatious. 



PETER THOMAS FERIOLI "Pete" 

37 Elliot Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musieale. 

Pete is a fine conversationalist who is always getting 
into mischief . . . an "idea" man who should do well 
in any field. 



BARBARA CATHERINE FERRICK "Barb" 

283 Nahatan Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musieale; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Student Co- 
operative Association 3; Christmas Sale Committee 3; 
Christmas Pageant; White Elephant Sale 3. 
Pert and pretty. Barb has poetic inclinations . . . 
her sparkling personality makes her welcome every- 
where. 




BEVERLY ANN FERRIS "Boovely" 

15 Concord Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Student Council 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musieale; Yearbook Sponsor Com- 
mittee; Band 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Lo's 2, 3; 
Varsity Choir 2, 3. 

Effervescent and ebullient ... a jaunty head major- 
ette . . . she doesn't believe silence is golden. 



MARY ANN FLYNN "Flyno" 

127 Codman Road 
Junior Prom Committee; Traffic Squad; Class Play 
Committee; Yearbook Advertising Committee; Glee 
Club 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses of 
America; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

Quietly capable, Mary Ann is a proficient student 
and a sincere friend. 



BRUCE ROBERT FILLMORE "Guppy" 

55 Saunders Road 
Senior Musieale; Glee Club 1; Projection Club 1; 
Football 1, 2, 3. 

"Guppy" is a rugged boy with a booming boisterous 
voice . . . a sports fan. 



JOHN THOMAS FOLAN "Jack" 

16 Howard Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musieale; 
Hockey 1. 

A quiet and unobtrusive lad whose good manners 
and congeniality make him a favorite with all. 



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LILLIAN TERESA FOLEY "Lil" 

2 Highview Street 
Sophomore Christinas Committee; Assembly Com- 
mittee 3; Junior Prom Committee; Honor Hull 2. 
Demure and level-headed, Lil is Margie's constant 
com panion. 



WILFRED L. I ']( VSER "Red" 

l:i'i7 Washington St r<<t 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Possesses tin unusual coiffure ■ . ■ lain/ red hair . . . 
seen everywhere in his '50 Ford. 



JUDITH ANN FOWLER "Judy" 

.'."iii Nichols Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council Officer 
3; Assembly Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee; 
Traffic Squad; Senior Musicale; Yearbook Editorial 
Staff; Hi-I.o's 2H; Election Commission 2, :i: Future 
Nurses of America. 

./ well-favored young lady, always attractively aial 
appropriately dressed . . . seriously concerned with 
her studit s. 



GEORGE A. FRANKLIN, JR. 

30 Gaj SI net 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Set 
Glee Club 2. 

A future mechanic . . . in constant / 
. . . nnt overly-energetic. 



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ANGELO MICHAEL FRANGIOSA 

225 Winter Street 
Senior Musicale. 

Angela has a perpetual smile and a gentle and 
humorous nature . . . keeps his own counsel. 



RICHARD JOSEPH GEMELL1 "Dick" 

'.i~S Pleasant Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale: 
The Hilltopper 2; Glee Club 2. 

Courteous and mild of disposition . . . always well 
dressed and well-groomed. 



JAMES M. GAVIN "Jim"' 

1393 Washington Street 
Senior Musicale. 

.1 pleasant-spoken newcomer, Jim is not overly 
sociable, but willing ta he friendly and co-opt rative 
. . . an accomplished artist. 



JOAN MARIE GIALLONARDO "Joanie" 

1 Merrick Street. Walpole, Mass. 
Senior Musicale; Glee Club 2: Christinas Pageant. 
Sincerely interested in her work and friends . . . we 
know Joan xcill bt a successful beautician. 



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ROBERT JOHN GIANUSSO "Al" 

9 Valley Road 
Traffic Squad; Senior Mu.sieale; Baseball 3; Basket- 
ball 2. 

A first-string pitcher, adept at all sports . . . Al has 
a multitude of friends because of his easygoing 
personality. 



DANIEL PATRICK GILLIS "Buddy" 

73 Monroe Street 
Graduation Usher '58; Traffic Squad; Class Officer 3 
Class Play Cast; Yearbook Circulation Committee 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Fi's 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3 
Honor Roll 1, 2. 

Guardian of the exchequer . . . "Buddy" is an above 
average student . . . personable and popular. 



GRETNA ALICE GIBBS "Gret" 

19 Highland Street 
Senior Musicale; Yearbook Typing Committee; Glee 
Club 1, 2; Christmas Sale Committee 3. 
A Cape enthusiast and an ardent outdoor girl . . . 
a statuesque blonde with a sporting temperament. 



RICHARD ALLAN GIORDANO "Dickie" 

38 Cedar Street 
Student Council Officer 1; Traffic Squad; Baseball 1; 
Basketball 1. 

Pleasant and well-poised . . . a good student and a 
future pedagogue. 




BARBARA ANN GLADSTONE "Annie" 

19 Vernon Street 
Senior Musicale; Tea Hostess 3; Christmas Pageant 
2, 3; Step Party Committee 2; Red Cross Representa- 
tive 2, 3. 

A miss petite and sweet . . wonderfully co-operative 
. . . she will easily win customers in her field of 
catering. 



CATHERINE NORA GREANEY "Cathy" 

474 Washington Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Glee Club 1. 

Light-hearted and fun-loving Cathy never worries 
. . . life is meant for fun. 



HUGH GRAY 

92 Walpole Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A politician whose interests lie in government . . . 
has a penetrating humor and a host of friends. 



JUDITH JEANNE GRETHE "Judie" 

22 Fifth Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1; Honor Roll 1. 
Pleasing personality and engaging manner . . . Judy 
and Chester are a faithful pair. 



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ANTHONY FRANCIS GRINAVIC "Tony" 

1 Pleasant Place 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; (lass Officer 2; Class Play Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Yearbook Circulation Committee; Hi-Fi's 
2, 3; Varsity Choir 3; Baseball I, 2, 3; Football 
i. 2, :i. 

./ natural athlete ... a sensation on the gridiron anil 
diamond . . . has a very likable personality. 



WILLIAM JOHN GRUDINSK VS "Billy" 

'JO SI. .lames Avenue 
Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1; Baseball 1; Basket- 
ball I. 
A towering knight <>f the night . . . school holds 

little fascination for him. 



JAMES FRANCIS GROVER "Jimmy" 

+81 Naliatan Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Honor Roll I. 

A bundle of energy and enthusiasm . . . "Jimmy" 
is a proficient prankster. 



LUCILLE FRANCES HAM ILK IN "Lucy" 

61 Cameron Road 
Senior Musicale; Glee Club i; Pep Squad. 
./ in ic member of our class, she has a warm and 
friendly smile .... Roslindale still claims her 
interest. 




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ALAN CARL HAUCK ".Maverick" 

+0 Maple Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Firm in his decisions, Alan sticks by his guns . . . 
end uses them well as a hunter. 



JOSEPH LEO HIGGINS "Junie" 

1358 Washington Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

One of the Morse Hill boys . . . a sensible and 
responsible citizen in and out of school. 



KENNETH PAUL HAYES "Flipper" 

35 Woodbine Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A helpful and generous class member ... oh ex- 
cellent swimmer . . . has a strong following among 
the Wilson Street Boils. 



DOROTHY HOC \N "Dottie" 

3+ Chapel Street 
Senior Musicale; Honor Holl I. J. 
Amiable and friendly, her forte is roller skating . . . 
■i shining coiffure is this "champ's" crown. 



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JOEL OSBORNE HOLMES -'Joey" 

18 Gardner Road 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Photography Club 1. 

Aeronautically inclined . . . Joel has already taken 
Ids solo flight . . . the mild blue yonder claims his 
love. 



PATRICIA ANN HUSSEY "Bonnie" 

89 Neponset Street 
Student Council 2; Junior Prom Committee; Traffic 
Squad; Class Play Cast; Yearbook, Co-editor-in- 
Chief; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Lo's 3; Varsity Choir 
2, 3; Future Teachers of America; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 
Our class's claim to scholastic renown ... a lively 
wit and superlative personality . . . we like our 
chief editor. 



DAVID GEORGE HOUGHTON "Butcher"' 

392 Washington Street 
Sophomore Party Committee, Sophomore Christmas 
Committee, Senior Musicale. 

Not interested in matters academic . . . "Dave" 
finds school a necessary evil . . . life should be more 
exciting. 



DAVID WAYNE HUTTUNEN "Bunny" 

54. Chapel Street 
Senior Musicale; Football 1; Cross-Country 2; Tennis 
2; Hockey 2, 3. 

"B.unny" is a quiet and handsome blond with an 
eye for the fairer sex ... a good athlete. 






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MARIE VIRGINIA IOANELLI "Re" 

21 Shaw Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Usherette at Senior Play; Senior Musicale. 
This elfin brunette has important interests outside 
of school . . . she's been bespoken by the navy. 



ROBERT JOHNSON "Bobby" 

69 Elliot Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Glee Club 2; Baseball 1. 

"Bobby" has a merry disposition . . . his attention 
to a Junior girl is very noticeable, and we don't 
blame him. 



RICHARD JOHNSON "Dexter" 

69 Elliot Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Class Play Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Projection Club 3; Honor 
Roll 1. 

A. persevering student, keeps his own counsel but 
has an active interest in all that goes on. 



EGILS KAKTINS 

530 Nahatan Street 
Graduation Usher '58; Traffic Squad; Class Play 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Yearbook Editorial 
Staff; Track 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2. 
An excellent student and a skilled fencer . . . Egils is 
a conscientious worker who will go far. 



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GERALD CARL KARTER 
L381 Route 
Sophomore Party Committee; £ 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 
./ prankster inside and outsid 
doesn't seem to takv anything 





"Jerry" 


>phomore 


Christmas 


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eriously. 





FLORENCE ELLEN KELLEY "Nightingale" 

600 So. Franklin Street, Holbrook, Mass. 
Student Council :i; Glee Club 1; Officer, Student 
Co-operative Association :i; Executive Board Mem- 
ber, S.C.A. :i; Halloween Party Committee 3; 
Christmas Pageant; White Elephant Sale Commit- 
tee 3; Step Party Committee 2; Press Club. 
Witty itnil vivacious . . . "Never a ihill moment" in 
her life . . . here is a girl who is sure to be happy 



MARTHA J. KEEDY "Marty" 

49 Walpole Street 
Student Council 1. 2. :!; Student Council Officer 2; 
Hilltop Highlights 2; Traffic Squad; Class Officer 2; 
Senior Musicale; Cheerleader 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Varsity Choir 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2. 
Our good will ambassador to Finland . . . bright and 
attractive, with a well-defined sense <>f responsibility, 
Martha is outstanding in every way. 



JAMES HENRY KELLIHEB "Ace" 

35 Wilson Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council :i; 
Senior Musicale. 

A friendly but smut -.chat quick-tempered lad . . . 
a skilled worker in his chosen craft. 




ROGER CHARLES KENT 

1 Berwick Place 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Student Council I, 2, 3; Senior Musicale; 
Yearbook Editorial Staff; Student Council Dance 
Committee; Glee Club 2; Election Commission 1, 2, 3. 
A good-looking lad with wit mat wisdom . . . kept 
his fellow editors entertained . . . has a flair for 
design. 



MARY ELIZABETH KINSMAN 

CSS Nahatan Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Traffic Squad; Senior Musicale; Yearbook 
Advertising Staff; Glee Club 1. 2; Future Nurses of 
America; Honor Roll 3. 

Given to uncontrollable bursts of merriment, this 
shining-haired traffic officer has aspirations to enter 
the nursing profession. 



ROBERT DANA KING 



409 
Senior Musicale. 
./ newcomer from 
neat appearance . . 
students. 



Prospect Street 



'Bob" 



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PACE MICHAEL KODIS "Alt" 

46 Tremont Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Baseball 1. 

A prankster in class. "Alt" takes neither life nor 
school seriously . . . a rugged individualist. 



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PETER HANNES KOEHL "Pete" 

161 Bond Street 
Student Council 3; Traffic Squad; Class Play Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Photography Club 3; Cross- 
Country 3; Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Art Staff. 
Our exchange student from Germany, Pete excels 
in matters artistic and otherwise . . . found no ad- 
justment difficulties here. 



ItlMVYDAS FELIKSAS LIUTKEVICIUS 

"Rim" 
308 Lenox Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Glee Club 1; Tennis 2. 

Tall, lanky and serious-minded . . . "Rim" is a 
capable student with a scientific mind. 



MARGARET ANNE KRAL "Peg" 

355 Winter Street 
Sophomore Party Commitee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Glee Club 1; Tennis 1. 

Tall and with a terrific sense of humor, Peggy is 
ubiquitous and peripatetic. 



LINDA JEAN LOCKHART 

2 Juniper Drive 
Junior Prom Committee; Traffic Squad; Senior 
Musicale; Basketball 3; Future Teachers of America. 
Blessed with an alliterative name and an artistic 
nature, Linda will find a rosy future in interior 
decorating. 




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DIANA JEAN LONG 

23 Allen Road 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Traffic Squad; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Basketball 1; Honor Roll 1; Senior 

Musicale. 

Sociable and cordial . . . has an outgoing personality 

. . . adept at sports. 



PATRICIA ANN LONGSTAFF "Pat" 

108 Ridgewood Drive 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Traffic Squad; 
Usherette at Senior Play; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 
1, 2, 3; Honor Roll 2. 

A natural athlete and a real live wire . . . this 
good-looking blonde is a distinct addition to any 
gathering. 



MICHAEL J. LONG "Chester" 

23 Allen Road 
Sophomore Christmas Comittee; Student Council 3; 
Senior Musicale. 

The "chef" of the vocational school . . . "Chester" 
has a worth-while hobby in roller-skating. 



BLACK PATCH "Slash" 

11 Herring Run, Sargasso Sea 
Head-hunting 1, 2, 3; Keelhauling 1, 2; Butcher 
Party 2; Murder Masquerade 3. 

"Slash is one of our most swashbuckling personalities 
. . . that flashing black eye misses no trick. 



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PAULINE CHARLOTTE MAGUIRE 

9 Sycamore Street 
Class Day '58; Traffic Squad; Yearbook Advertising 
Staff; Basketball 2, 3. 

Chic and always impeccably well-dressed . . . those 
beautiful dark eyes are the envy of her less fortunate 
sisters. 



CAROL FRANCES MANNING 

37 Prospecl Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Glee Club 2. 
An outstanding exponent of the pony-tail fashion 
. . . her romance is onr of long duration. 



NIJOLE MAKAITIS "Niki" 

331 Sumner St reel 
Junior Prom Committee; Class Day '58; Traffic 
Squad; Senior Musicale; tbe Hilltopper 3; Glee 
Club 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Football Programs 3. 
An acute mind and a tart smse of humor . . . Nijole 
is a shrewd newspaper editor and an accomplished 
scholar. 



RENA LOUISE MASON '-He" 

57 Davis Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council I, 
2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Yearbook Circulation Committee; Student Council 
Dance Committee; Glee Club I, 2, 3; Hi-Lo's 2, 3; 
Varsity Cboir 2, 3. 

Serene of countenance and with a disposition to 
match. Bena is a perfectionist in all she does. 




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SALLY ANN MASOX "Sam" 

57 Davis Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Lo"s 2, 3; Varsity 
Cboir 2, 3; Future Teachers of America. 
Possesses a mellifluous voice and an attractive per- 
sonality . . . has enhanced many a school function. 



STEPHEN' LESLIE MATHEWS "Leslie" 

471 Washington Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Orchestra 1; Band 1. 2, 3; Football 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3. 
Vociferous in his opinions ... a crack shot with a 
riflt and fond of popular parlor games. 



.'. SCOTT MASSEY "Joe" 

855 Neponset Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale; Glee 
Club 1 ; Varsity Choir 2. 

Tall, quiet and good-looking, Joe will leave his mark 
mi the business morld . . . proficient and skillful on 
roller skates. 



NORMAN ERLING MATTSON "Norm" 

27 Dorset Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Student Council 1; 
Senior Musicale. 

Fun-loving and generous . . . "Norm" is a hard 
worker and a good student . . . his big ".'/" is Hie 
envy of (dl. 



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JULIANNE McAULIFFE "Julie" 

89 Cottage Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Traffic Squad; Yearbook Circulation Com- 
mittee; Glee Club 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 
i, 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2. 

Poised and pretty . . . invariably attired comme 
it faut . . . Julie's self-contained manner and pene- 
trating wit are ■well-known. 



PATRICIA BARBARA McCORMACK "Patty" 

52 Bond Street 
Traffic Squad; Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Hi-Lo's 3; Varsity Choir 3; Future Nurses of 
America. 

Sweet-faced and gentle-natured . . . she'll make a 
most attractive nurse . . . considerate and courteous 
always. 



WILLIAM PATRICK McAULIFFE "Mac" 

183 Walpole Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Traffic Squad 
Senior Musicale; Yearbook Advertising Staff 
Basketball 1; Cross-Country 2, 3; Golf 1, 2, 3 
Basketball Manager 2, 3; Honor Holl I, 2. 
A sharpshooter, and a sharp-witted student who 
knows his own worth . . . "Mac" excels in math and 
science. 



DANIEL PATRICK McKENNA "Beans" 

384. Walpole Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Class Officer 1; Senior 
Musicale; Yearbook Circulation Committee; Glee 
Club 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 

12 3 

±, _, j. 

An excellent all-around athlete . . . serious and 
dependable in his studies, as well. 









MARILYN KAY McKINNEY "Katy" 

16 Highland Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Varsity Choir 2, 3. 
Talented in many fields, dancing is her forte . . . 
Johnny's been her constant companion since away 
back then. 



WILLIAM ROBERT McNAMARA "Bill" 

165 Walnut Avenue 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Basketball Manager; Honor Roll 1. 
Bill takes life as it comes and doesn't exert himself 
. . . known for his sparkling wit. 



SHARON LEE McKINNEY 

16 Highland Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council 2 
Junior Prom Committee; Class Play Committee 
Senior Musicale; Student Council Dance Committee 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Future 
Teachers of America. 

Adult in manner and outlook . . . she aspires to be a 
teacher . . . dainty and graceful. 



RUTH ANN MELLEY "Ruthie" 

4 Kenwood Drive 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
Dark hair and a fair complexion create a pleasing 
picture . . . quickly active in a new school . . . her 
sweet smile has won her many friends. 



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MARILYN UNA MITCHELL "Mitch" 

l'I Pine Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council 1; 
Assembly Comittee 3; Junior Prom Committee; Class 
Officer 1. 3; Cheerleader 3; Band 1, 2, :i; Varsity 
Choir 2, 3; F.N.A.; Honor Roll 1, 2, :i. 
Vivacious, i luriii tif and debonair . . . this popular 
miss is a cheerleader nut/ it class officer and on 
excellent student. 



WILLIAM PATRICK MOYNIHAN "Bill" 

1-22 Washington Street 
Class Officer 1; Senior Musicale; <.lee Club 1; Foot- 
ball I, 2, :i; Track 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1. 2, 3. 

./ fine hockey oml f milt,, ill player . . . Hill loves to 
joke kik/ he has on ciic for the airls. 



ANN MAHIK MORKISSKY "Butch" 

"(><> Washington Street 
Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1, 2; Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2; (jet-Acquainted Tea Hostess 3; Hallow- 
een Party Committee 3; Christmas Sale Committee :i: 
Step Party Committee 2. 

Blithe oml blessed with a friendly heart . . . Ann 
has been o top-notch homeroom representative. 



CHARLES RAYMOND MULLEN "Charlie" 

is Douglas Avenue 
Traffic Squad; Senior Musicale; Yearbook Advertis- 
ing Staff; Baseball 1; Cross-Country 2: Tennis 2, i: 
Honor Roll 1, 2. 

Competent and responsible . . , a first class school 
citizen who is admired by his classmates . . . sports- 
minded. 




BARBARA LOUISE MURPHY "Murph" 

37 Sunnyside Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Glee Club 1, 2. 

Gay of disposition, flippant of manner . . . school 
lakes a bock seat to her cinema job. 



PAUL EDWARD MURPHY "Murph" 

It School Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Hi-Fi"s 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Baseball 1. 2. 3; 
Basketball 2. 3. 

A line baseball pitcher . . . always rendu with a 
laugh lint quick-tempered. 



GERALDINE ANN MURPHY "Murph" 

512 Walpole Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Class Day '58; 
Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 3. 
A cute, blue-eyed blonde . . . carefree and congenial 
. . . her energy seems la he boundless. 



ROBERT EMMET MURPHY "Bob" 

185 Roosevelt Avenue 
Traffic Squad: Senior Musicale; Yearbook Advertis- 
ing Staff; Golf 3; Honor RoU 1, 2. 
Lackadaisical of movement and manner, but alert 
of mind . . . his vocabulary is voluminous and to 
the point. 



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WALTER JOHN NAFF "Wally" 

359 Bridge Street, Dedliam 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Proud possessor of a '52 Chevie . . . his suave 
manner makes him appealing to the fairer sex. 



MARIE TERESA NAUGHTON "Orbie" 

68 Howard Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Class Day '58; 
Senior Musicale. 



Slim and seraphic . 
great school spirit. 



a loyal friend 



she has 



DOROTHY MARGARET NASON "Dotty" 

37 Gay Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Traffic Squad; Senior 
Musicale; Band 1, 2, 3, Color Guard; Glee Club 
1. 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Future Nurses of 
America. 

David and Dorothy are a constant pair . . . Dottie 
has been a colorful Color Guard . . . she loves to 
laugh. 



MURIEL VIRGINIA NAYLOR "Cindy Lou" 

192 Pleasant Street 
Class Day '58; Ticket Seller 1, 2, 3; Class Play Cast; 
Senior Musicale; The Hilltopper 2, 3; Glee Club 2; 
Basketball 1. 

Cindy Lou is athletically proficient . . . very popular 
with her peers . . . dramatically talented. 




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BARBARA ANN NENART "Barb" 

212 Washington Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Traffic Squad; Class Play Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Band 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 
1 ; Tennis 1 ; Future Teachers of America. 
A tall attractive brunette of modest mien . . . 
compliant and agreeable. 



FRANCIS JAMES NICHOLSON "Frank" 

90 Monroe Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Projection Club 1; Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3; Honor 
Roll 1. 

Fun loving, wise-cracking , Frank's antics are famous 
. . . doesn't seem to have a care in the world . . . 
competent scholastically when he's interested. 



EDWARD ARTHUR NETLAND "Eddie" 

457 Pleasant Street 
Traffic Squad; Senior Musicale; Honor Roll 1, 2. 
Eddie has an even disposition and an industrious 
mind . . . salt of the earth type. 



SANDRA TERESE NIXON "Sandy" 

55 Hill Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council 2, 3; 
Junior Prom Committee; The Hilltopper 2; Cheer- 
leader 3; Band 2; Glee Club 2; Varsity Choir 3; 
Future Teachers of America; Honor Roll 1. 
Meticulous yet merry ... a conscientious cheer- 
leader who sparks our heroes on to victory. 



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JOHN* DAVID XIIONAN "Froggy" 

l Parkway 
Sophomore Party Committee; .Student Council 1; 
Assembly Committee 3; Junior l'rom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Class Play Cast; The Hill 
topper 2, 3; Football 3; Track 2, :i; Honor Roll 3. 
"Froggy" is a reformed character . . . a real sharp 
citizen these days . . . good-looking in the bargain. 



RICHARD CARL NUCC1 "Nuch" 

lili Churchill Drive 
Junior l'rom Committee; Class Play Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Projection Club 2; Tennis 2. 
Hoxbury sent us this lad . . . he has a well-developed 
sense <>f humor "ml a facile tongue. 



KATHLEEN ELIZABETH NORTON "Kathy" 

2:54 Nahatan Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Usherette at Senior Play; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Honor Roll 1. 

Full of playful unties . . . her sense t>f humor is a 
delight to her companions . . . as a nurse she should 
be attic to cheer her patients. 



MARY ELLEN O'BRIEN 

H Silver Street 
Sophomore Christinas Commit le ; Junior l'rom Com- 
mittee; Class Day '58; Traffic Squad; Senior Musi- 
cale; Yearbook Advertising Staff; Usherette at 
Senior Play; Glee Club I, 2. :i; Varsity Choir 2, :(; 
Honor Roll 1. 

Sweet-faced with a delicate complexion . . . ft sincere 
t'ntl Ihinttflttful girl . . . admired ami respected by 
her classmates. 




RICHARD JOSEPH O'GORMAN "Dickie" 

31 Forrest Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A nice-looking lad . . . deceptively quiet with a 
certain worldly wisdom. 



.idllX ANTHONY OLIVEIRA "Cecil" 

181 Dean Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Basketball 1. 2. 
1 persistent prankster . . . likes his oxen xctty . . . 
t, good history student find capable in many ways 
when it suits him. 



ROBERT BUCKLER O'KEEFFE "Bob" 

32 Cranmore Road 
Sophomore Christmas Commlt.ee- Senior Musicale; 
Projection Club 1, 2; Honor Roll 3. 
.In active indefatigable worker . . . his ambition is 
to own a .layuar . . . -we expect he'll achieve his 
aim. 



RAFFAELA JOAN OLIVERIO "Ralphy" 

48 Bornwood Drive 
Class Day '58; Class Play Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Basketball 2; Honor Poll :!. 
Always to be found 'where there's fun . . . takes 
Ittuphter wherever she goes . . . cute tttttl sociabh . 



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JUDITH LILLIAN OLSOX "Judy" 

Rowell Road, Wrentham 
Senior Musicale; Halloween Party Committee 3; 
Christmas Pageant 3; Step Party Committe 2; Press 
Club Representative 3. 

A good sport . . . pretty as a picture . . . Judy is 
a natural and attractive advertisement for beauty 
culture. 



.MARGARET OSZAJCA "Margie" 

402 Washington Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Class Day '58; Traffic 
Squad; Class Play Committee; Band 3; Varsity 
Choir 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses of 
America; Honor Roll 1, 2. 

Eager to help, Margie is a dependable color guard 
for the N.H.S. Band . . . a whiz at math. 



ELAINE ANNE OSTERGREN "Lainie" 

109 Jefferson Drive 
Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council 1 
Junior Prom Committee; Class Play Committee 
Senior Musicale; The Hilltopper 2; Band 1, 2, 3 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Future Nurses 
of America. 

Elaine is in fact a lily-maid with the ideal oval face 
. . . a svelte majorette. . . . as nice as she looks. 



LEON RAYMOND PADDUCK "Lee" 

•5 Sturtevant Avenue 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Hi-Fi's 3; Varsity Choir 3. 

A good-looking boy with a good-looking car . . . he 
and Billy 8. are inseparable companions. 




JOHN PAINE "Jacky" 

130 Gay Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee ; Senior Musicale. 

School is just a place he has to go . . . likes working 
with cars . . . often seen riding in his Ford. 



CARL PALSIC 

61 Mylod Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A well-liked class member . . . an independent 
thinker who spends most of his time with the "boys." 



BENJAMIN PALLEIKO "Bennie" 

72 Washington Street 
Student Council 2, 3; Traffic Squad; Senior Musicale 
Yearbook Circulation Committee; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 
Hi-Fi's 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3 
Honor Roll 1. 

Bennie is a bright boy with a flair for science . . . 
a good basketball center . . . interested in electronics 
and foreign affairs. 



ROBERT FRANCIS PARKER "Bob" 

32 Columbine Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Class Day '58; Senior 
Musicale; Projection Club 1. 

A living example that "good things come in small 
■packages" . . . likes to trip the light fantastic. 



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WARREN DEAN PASQUAROS "Ren" 

27 Lincoln Avenue, Canton 
Senior Musicale; Christmas Sale Committee 2, 8; 
Christmas Pageant '-', 3; Press Club 2. 
A perfect gentleman with a wonderful disposition 
. . . In loves good old home cooking which is an 
asst l for a future chef. 



DETTE ANNE PELLOWE 

177 Neponset Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Gregarious and sociable . . . welcomed everywher* 
because of her conversational "know how" 



CLAUDIA JEAN PELLETIER "Claud" 

24 Howard Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Junior Prom 
Committee; Class Day '58; Class Play Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1, 2. 
i his gleeful young lady zcith a mischievous twinkle 
in h<r eye keeps classes from being dull . . . we wish 
her good luck in her future career as (in artist. 



DOROTHY ANN PENDER "Dotti" 

21 Rosemary Street 
Class Day '58; Yearbook Sponsor Committee; 
Student Council Dance Committee; Basketball 1; 
Christmas Sale Committee :i. 

When she smiles, her face Unlit s n/i. In r eyes crinkle, 
ami the world's a latter place. 




EILEEN ANNE PENDERGAST "Lee" 

30 Pleasant Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1, 2. 
Miseliicvioiis anil sprightly . . . /ores clothes and 
wears them well. 



AGOSTINO ANTONIO PURPURA "Gus" 

1132 Washington Street 
Class Officer 1; Senior Musicale; Hi-Fi's 2; Baseball 
1; Football 1, 2; Track 3; Hockey 3. 
./ fine hockey defenseman . . . the "Bret Maverick" 
of tin- paste boards . . . Mr. Scafati's "stick of 
dynamite." 



JOAN CAROLE PUDSEY "Joni" 

518 Washington Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Grave and self-contained . . . one of the "pony-tail" 
brigade. 



GRACE MARIE PURPURA "Purdy" 

fi;j Heaton Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 

Committee; Class Day '58; Ticket Seller 1, 2. 3; 
Glee Club 1 ; Tennis 1. 

Possesses a fun-loving exuberant personality . . . 
lias a train of followers. 



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ELEANOR ROSE QUATTRUCCI "Ellie" 

390 Nahatan Street 
Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1; Photography Club 1; 
Get-Acquainted Tea Hostess 3; Christmas Pageant 3. 
A pretty girt with a friendly manner . . . her con- 
stant effort toward perfection will be rewarded, 
we're sure. 



MARY ANNE RANALLI "Mary Anne" 

210 Hill Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Glee Club 1, 2. 

A responsible school citizen . . . inspires the con- 
fidence and liking of her classmates. 



WILLIAM EDWARD QUINN "Cold-Rod" 

149 Winslow Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Class Day '58; Senior Musical; Glee Club 1. 
Famous for his antics . . . he's active in the Ward 
and a politician to boot. 



JAMES EDWARD REYNOLDS "Jimmy" 

124 Pleasant Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Photography Club 2, 3; Senior Play Committee. 
The studious look on his face is deceiving . . . Jimmy 
likes the great outdoors . . . industrious when the 
project interests him. 






MICHAEL ANTHONY RIZZO "Mike" 

38 Willow Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Traffic Squad; Class Officer 
1, 2, 3; Yearbook Circulation Committee; Orchestra 
1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Hi-Fi's 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; 
Election Commission 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 
"Mike" is very well liked by his fellow students, at 
his three years of Presidency show . . . an outstand- 
ing student . . . an excellent clarinetist. 



CATHERINE S. ROGOZYN "Kathy" 

1 Easy Street, Bellingham, Mass. 
Class Day '58; Senior Musicale; Tea Hostess 3; 
Halloween Party Committee 3; Christmas Sale Com- 
mittee 3; Christmas Pageant 3; Step Party Com- 
mittee 2. 

Serious-minded but light-hearted . . . as a hair 
stylist, Cathy will win many satisfied clients. 



VIRGINIA GRACE ROBINSON "Ginny" 

26 Columbine Road 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale. 

A touch of the gamin . . . her provocative pony tail 
bounces with her good humor. 



CHARLES PAUL ROMEO "Chico" 

167 Rock Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Basket- 
ball 1, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1. 
A fine football lineman ... a speedy trackman who 
can throw the discus a mile . . . Olympic material. 



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ROBERT FRANCIS IIHWK "Bobby" 

392 Washington Street 
Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale. 

Bob is faithful tn Faith . . . a nice-looking, good- 
humored tint with flirtatious instincts. 



CHARLES G. SAMPSON "Charlie" 

15 Spruce Road 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Varsity Choir 2, 3; 
Senior .Musicale. 

Lethargic in movement . . . favors tht company of 
tin fairer sex . . . well-attired. 



JUDITH ANN SALIE "Judy" 

23 Orchard Lane 
Student Council 2. 3; Hilltop Highlights 2; Junior 
1'rom Committee; Class Officer 1: Ticket Seller _'. .1: 
Class Play Committee: Senior Musicale; The Hill- 
topper 2.':!: (dee Club 2. 3; Basketball I. 2. 3. 
Demure ami level-headed, except -.chin she's looking 
up to her Romeo . . . they make a romantic couple. 



GEORGE WARREN SANBORN "Gid 

8 McKinley Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Class Day '58; Class Officer -'; Senior Musi- 
cale; Yearbook Advertising Staff; (dee Club _': 
Football 1. ■-'. :i: Track 2, 3. 

.! handsome tut art civil engineer with a fin* st '>* /> 
tific mind . . . a sturdy linebacker and 
hurh r. 




SUSAN THERESA SANDERS "Sue" 

20 Florence Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Hilltop Highlights 3; 
Traffic Squad; Class Play Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Yearbook Typing Committee, Chairman; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

Competent, congenial, considerate . . . the yearbook 
owes much to her ability. 



CAROL ANNE SARNO 

15 Azalea Drive 
Assembly Committee 3; Traffic Squad; Class Play 
Cast; Senior Musicale; Yearbook Advertising Staff: 
Glee Club 1, 2; Honor Roll 1. 2. 

Steady ami dependable, never out of sorts, Carol's 
disposition is sunny ami sweet. 



CYNTHIA JULIE SANKEY "Cyn" 

1120 Washington Street 
Sophomore Party Committee: Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Traffic Squad: Senior Musicale; Yearbock 
Advertising Committee; Usherette at Senior Play; 
'.dee Club 1, -', 3; Hi-Los 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2. 3. 
A dramatically good-looking brunette . . . .'killed 
as a dancer . . . svelte and sophisticated. 



ANTHONY ROBERT SAYINA "Tony" 

92 Day Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee- Senior Musicale: 
Track 1, 2, 3. 

A fast man on the track . . . To.iy has a fit < ' 
science . . . an apothecary someday, perhapt . . . 

hi won't lack far cnstnmi r8. 



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WILLIAM RICHARD SAWKIEWICZ "Dick" 

25 Fairview Road 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musieale. 
This tall and curly-haired lad is independent and 
non-committal . . . has a reserved manner. 



DANIAL ROBERT SEPTELKA "Danny" 

534 Walpole Street 
Orchestra 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Hi-Fi's 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; 
Homeroom Representative 2; Halloween Party Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Christmas Sale Committee 1, 2; Press 
Ambitious and talented . . . a lover of good music 
ond the great outdoors . . . Danny will find his way 
iu this world of opportunities. 



FRANCES SEEBERGER "Fran" 

361 Winter Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musieale; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Future 
Nurses of America 1, 2, 3. 

"Older" men appeal to Fran and she seems popular 
with them, also . . . we think there's romance in 
the air. 



FREDERICK DANIEL SMITH "General Lee" 

14 Melville Avenue 
Student Council 3; Junior Prom Committee; Class 
Day '58; Senior Musieale; Student Council Dance 
Committee; Glee Club 1; Football 1, 2, 3. 
"General Lee" has a mind of his own and a generous 
tpirit . . . he is an interested athlete with a riotous 
sense of humor. 




JANE LOUISE SMITH "Janey" 

32 Chapel Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musieale; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2. 

A career girl . . . well-dressed with a sociable 
disposition and pleasant manner. 



PHYLLIS SOCCI "Phyl" 

22 Dean Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Class Day '58; Traffic 
Squad ; Ticket Seller 1 ; Glee Club 1 ; Senior Musieale. 
With her cordial and congenial ways she's an asset 
to any gathering . . . responsible and reliable. 



MARTHA JEAN SNIDER "Marty" 

19(i Washington Street 
Student Council 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; 
Traffic Squad; Class Play Cast; Yearbook Circula- 
tion Committee; Band 1," 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Varsity Choir 2, 3; Future Teachers of America; 
Honor' Roll 1, 2. 

An active school citizen . . . musically gifted . . . 
riotous in the Senior Play as an aspiring cheerleader. 



ROBERT BRUCE SOUDEN "Bob" 

453 Winter Street 
Graduation Usher '58; Traffic Squad; Senior Musi- 
eale; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Hi-Fi's 3; 
Football 1; Honor Roll 2. 



A redhead of the non-explosive type . . 
and well-poised ... a star of "The Star.' 



courteous 



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SALLY ELIZABETH SPEAR 

54 Maple Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Class Day '58; Senior Musicale. 
Sally looks beyond high school for companionship 
. . . reserved but with an optimistic viewpoint. 



DAVID HENRY S TON Kl'l KID "Dave" 

(ii) Berwick Place 
Senior Musicale; Photography Club I, 2, 3; Golf 
I. ■-', 3. 

./ golf enthusiast . . . Dave is ambitious anil per- 
severing . . . publicity man for tin Photography 



WILLIAM ANTHONY SPURR "Billy" 

is Oolah Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale; Glee 

Oul> 1. 2, 3; Hi-Fi's 2; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Foot- 
ball 1. 

A. jovial towhead with a penchant for self-injury 
. . . fond of tin company of tin fairer sex . . . 
always well-attired. 



EDWARD GERARD STONIS "Eddie" 

87 Sumner Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

,/ fast iintn on wheels . . . school is but a bitter pill 
lo him . . . outstanding sartorially. 




MARGARET MARY SULLIVAN "Peggy" 

37 Press Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council 1, 2; 
Assembly Committee 1; Junior Prom Committee; 
Class Play Cast; Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1, 2, :i; 
Future Nurses of America; Honor Roll 1. 
./ petite package of jap ami personality . . . impul- 
sive, generous ami very likable. 



LESLIE ANN SWIFT "Swifty" 

272 Vernon Street 
Student Council 1, 2; Student Council Officer 3; 
Assembly Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee; 
Traffic Squad; Class Officer 2; The Hilltopper 2; 
Cheerleader 3; Flection Commission 2, 3; Honor 
Roll 1. 2, 3. 

Looks, ability, personality, Leslu has tin m all ami 
in abundance . . . on outstanding school citizen. 



MARTHA ELIZABETH SIT. I.IVAN "Marty" 

45 Lincoln Street 

Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council 3; 

Ticket Seller 3; Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1, 3; 
Varsity Choir 3; Future Teachers of America. 

.1 graceful dancer ami talented singer . . . a petite 
anil pleasant person. 



DANA BRADFORD SYLVESTER "Sully" 

(i22 Neponset Street 
Traffic Squad; Senior Musicale. 

A competent citizen of imperturbable mien . . . 
undemonstrative but suave . . . his titian locks tire 
mislt ading. 



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BELGIN ASEN TANIL "Ben- 

in Norwood — 14 Longfellow Road 
In Turkey — Ucak Sokak 12/6, Maltepe, Ankara 

Student Council 3; Traffic Squad; Senior Musicale; 

Election Commission 3; Football 3. 

Our exchange student from Turkey, "Ben" has made 

a wealth of friends with his pleasing ways and 

ever ready smile. 



EEONA GENE THAYER 

83 W infield Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Honor Roll 1, 2. 

Methodical but often impulsive, she is welcomed 
everywhere . . . tiny and trim. 



JULIANN MARIE TAYLOR "Ben" 

18 Allen Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Class Play Committee; Basketball 1, 2. 
Sports-minded and competent athletically herself 
. . . a vivacious nature. 



JILL THOMPSON "Red" 

791 Neponset Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Ticket Seller 2, 3; Senior Musicale; Honor 
Roll 1. 

./ cheerful miss with enviable curly hair . . . she 
brightens the lunchroom every day. 




JANET E. TINGLEY "Ting" 

31 Clifton Street, Attleboro Falls, Mass. 
Halloween Party Committee 2; Glee Club 2; 
Christmas Sale Committee; Christmas Pageant 2, 3; 
Spring Prom Committee 2; Step Party Committee 
2, 3; Press Club 3. 

"Tina" has a mechanical flair . . . the "spark plug" 
of any group . . . ambitious to further her education 
in her trade. 



DIANE MARGO TRECIOKAS "Di" 

124 Union Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Class Play Committee; Basketball 1, 3. 
Grave and sedate until that big smile lights up her 
face . . . always nicely dressed. 



CHARLENE CATHERINE TOMM "Charl" 

53 Dean Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Class Play Cast; 
Yearbook Co-editor of Art; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Hi-Lo's 2, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3. 
A peppy, nonchalant little miss . . . talented as an 
artist and a clever actress. 



ADELE DALIA TUMAS 

42 Chapel Street 
Student Council 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; 
Traffic Squad; Chamber of Commerce Essay Winner 
2; Student Council Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Glee 
Club 1; Hi-Lo's 3; Varsity Choir 3; Honor Roll 1, 2. 
Poised and serene . . . one of our foremost students 
. . . as nice as she is clever. 



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MICHAEL JOHN TURCHAN "Stretch" 

224 Vernon Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Traffic Squad; Ticket 
Seller 2; Senior Musicale; Orchestra I; Band I; 
Glee Chili 1, -', 3; Hi-Fi's '_', 3; Varsity Choir -', :i; 
Hockey 3. 

.in ardent hunter and angler . . . enjoys music and 
i.i popular with his classmates. 



JOSEPH E. VINSON "Joe" 

l:s Hill Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Honor Roll 1. 
George U's constant companion . . . faithful in tin 
Stop and Shop . . . a good scout. 



GEORGE STEPHEN CJSEVICH l s.-' 

149 Pleasant Street 
Student Council 3; Junior Prom Committee; Ticket 
Seller 3; Class Play Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Student Council Dance Committee; Honor Roll 2, 3. 
Small hut effervescent with excess energy . . . 
always talking ami laughing . . . a proficient typist. 



WALTER BERNARD VIRGINSK1 "Wally" 

10 Hartford Street 
Graduation Usher '58; Traffic Squad; Class Play 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Hoys' State '."is ; Year- 
book Staff; The Hilltopper 3; Baseball I: Football 
•_-. 3; Honor Roll I, 1, 3. 

I! alter has technical ability combined with a studious 
manner . . . top man in tin physics class . . . a 
depi iiilalili guard. 




PAULA MARY VIVONA "Jessie" 

32 Fairview Avenue, South Braintree, Mass. 
Glee Club 1, 2; Junior Red Cross 2; Year Book 
Staff 3; Senior Musicale. 

Cute, vivacious, ami lovable . . . we know she will 
make good use of her ability as a stylist, as well as 
a hairdresser. 



KENNETH RONALD WALSH "Ken" 

3.5 Winfield Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Ticket Seller 2; Senior Musicale; Honor 
Roll 1. 

Tin class Mickey Rooney . . . a corridor Lothario 
. . . a mighty mite. 



BRUCE PARKER WAITE 

80 Highland Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

.1 real hot-rodder . . . Bruce has one of the finest 
custom cars in town . . . was broken-hearted for 
two months. 



ARTHUR W. WALKER "Artie" 

98 East Cross Street 
Senior Musicale; Football I, 2; Hockey 1, .'. 3. 
.Ill-star center on the hockey squad . . . an expert 
swimmer . . . likes to cause a commotion. 



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JANE ELIZABETH WELCH "Welchie" 

60 Bornwood Drive 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Class Day '58; 
Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1. 

A cheerful cherub . . . impetuous and gay . . . loves 
life and a good time. 



LAWRENCE ARTHUR WIGGIN "Larry" 

171 Vernon Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Glee Club 1, 2. 
A self -starting, self-taught mechanic . . . an expert 
bowler ... a handy man with a £2. 



NANCY ANN WHYNOT "Nan" 

37 Lakeview Avenue, Holbrook 
Glee Club 1, 2; Photography Club 1; Halloween 
Party Committee 3; Christmas Pageant 3; Step 
Party Committee 2. 

The dimples in her chin portray her cheerful dis- 
position . . . Nancy's sunny good humor is famous 
at Peabody. 



RONALD JOHN WILDER "Ronnie" 

80 Berwick Place 
Sophomore Party Committee; Student Council 1; 
Graduation Usher '58; Traffic Squad; Yearbook Co- 
editor-in-Chief ; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; 
Golf 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

Our capable chief editor . . . imperturbable and 
philosophic . . . the young Viking in his chariot. 





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BEVERLY MAE WILKINSON "Spudo" 

31 Barstow Road, Walpole, Mass. 
Tea Hostess 3; Halloween Party Committee 2, 3; 
Christmas Sale Committee 1, 2; Christmas Pageant 
2, 3; Valentine Party Committee 1, 2; Spring Prom 
Committee 2, Step Party 1, 2; Press Club 2, 3. 
An ambitions lass in her schoolwork . . . Bev has a 
gay personality and a contagious laugh. 



JANET LOUISE WOJDAG "Jan" 

26 Hillside Avenue 
Glee Club 2; Basketball 1; Honor Roll 1; Christmas 
Sale Committee 3. 

Mild-mannered and courteous . . . willing to accept 
responsibility . . . the dependable kind. 



FLORENCE SARAH WILLIAMSON "Sally" 

25 Beacon Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Traffic Squad; Class 
Officer 1; Class Play Cast; Senior Musicale; Year- 
book Sponsor Committee; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Lo's 
3; Varsity Choir 3; Election Commission 1, 2, 3. 
A beautiful blonde with an ingratiating personality 
. . . our lovely leading lady. 



LEONARD EDWARD WOLENT "Lenny" 

98 Dean Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Traffic Squad; Ticket Seller 2; Senior 
Musicale. 

A sturdy six-footer with a philosophical attitude 
toward life . . . no worrier is he. 



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EDGAR I.EROY WOODWARD, JR. "Woody" 

30 Dean Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Glee Club 3; Baseball 3; Cross-Country 3; Honor 
Roll 1. 

Firm in manner and outspoken . . . this vigorous 
young man has a tendency to be pugnacious. 



l.KON'A ANN WYSOCKI "Lee" 

39 Edgehill Road 
Sophomore Party Committe; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A blithe and lithe young lady . . . always dressed 
becomingly, Lee has that air of joie de vivre. 




JOAN THERESE YELAPI "Joni" 

35 Sturtevant Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Sophomore Christmas 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Class Day '58; 
Ticket Seller 1, 2, 3; Glee Club I; Senior Musicale. 
Animated and outgoing . . . Joan invariably presents 
a spruce appearance . . . a thoughtful nature sans 
pareil. 



BERNARD JOHN ZIMLICKI "Zimm" 

155 Union Street 
Sophomore Christmas Committee; Graduation I'slier 
'58; Traffic Squad; Football 2, 3; Track 1, .'. 3; 
Senior Musicale; Boys' State. 

The persevering, tenacious type . . . inclined to 
taciturnity . . . excels in mathematics. 



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Belgin Tani], Martha Keedy, Peter Koehl 
Turkey, the United States, and Germany are represented here. 



My Impressions of Finland 



1. crystal-clear lakes and verdant 
forests 

2. reindeer meat sandwiches 

3. stimulating saunas 

4. bright smiles and sincere friendliness 
.5. picturesque countr}' villages and 

sparkling new towns 
(5. striking blond hair and deep blue to Finland! 

eyes 
7. bicycles, bicycles, bicycles 



8. delicious blueberry soups 

9. midnight suns and late bedtimes 

10. unbounded energy and perseverance 

11. constant devotion to family and 
country. 

These fond memories — and many 
more — weave the fabric of my journey 



Martha Keedv 



Our Impressions of the U.S.A. 



1 . hurry, hurry, hurry 

2. 28 flavors of ice cream 

3. amazing drugstores that sell every- 
thing 

4. a completely new event — dating 

5. pretty girls in bermuda shorts 

(5. miles and miles of broad highways 

7. so many boys with their own "hot- 
rods" 

8. so many homes with television sets 



9. four or five major subjects instead 
of a dozen 
] 0. so many school activities besides 

classes 
11. people's casual acceptance and 
kindness 
Always we shall remember our friends 
at Norwood High School and long live 
Furlong's ! 

Belgin Tanil and Peter Koehl 



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Michael Riz/.o, Robert Bethoney, Ronald Wilder 



TIOT TOP TRIO 



Holding down the three top positions 
in the class of 1959 are the above- 
pictured beaux garcons. In electing these 
capable young men to their exalted posi- 
tions, the class displayed great perspica- 
city, for they performed their duties well. 

Michael Rizzo was elected class Presi- 
dent for three successive years. Naturally, 
it was no surprise' when he was voted 
the most popular man in the class. He 
was also named the most dependable, 
most musical, best-dressed and cutest. 
The last category took some living down. 
Mike was President of the high school 
hand also. He hopes to attend Boston 
College in the fall. 

Robert Bethonev was President of the 



Student Council and Circulation Editor 
of the yearbook. For three years he 
played rugged football in the Varsity 
Squad. Six feet two and weighing 215 
pounds, Boh, in the parlance of the day, 
is a "good-looking hunk." Columbia 
University is his college choice. 

The blond member of the trio, who lias 
accomplished much in his quiet way, is 
Ronald Wilder, yearbook editor-in-chief. 
Ronnie's class mates named him as the 
best student and the one most likely to 
succeed. Basketball is his favorite sport 
and mathematics his favorite subject. 
Intellectually he leads the class. Bowdoin 
College or the Air Force Academy will he 
enhanced by his presence in the autumn. 



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Typewriting n MIrs. Davis 




Hath et Mr Overlook 



Lnglish w Miss O'Sullivan 




French m Miss Jomngren 



U.S. History Mr Kenefick 




French n Nrs. Riley 



Englishto: Hr Flaherty 




Reading Skills Mrs. McGrath 



French i Miss Evans 




Chemistry Mr Klugh 



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Row I: Mohan, White, Johnson, Giondomenico, Ferrara, Mackey, Purpura, Sloan 
Row II: Noll, Long, Crowley, Granlund, Araujo, Widberg, Henschel, Fraser 
Row III: Galle, Naff, Houghton, Meyer. Kelliher, Wright, Crowley. Slade 



"Tomorrow's Craftsmen Today" 

BOYS' VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 

Perfection consists not in doing extraordinary things but in 
doing things extraordinarily well. 



The class of 1959 makes the sixteenth 
group of boys to graduate from our boys' 
vocational school. This is a small cla>s 
but a versatile one, with eager enthusiasm 
and a will to succeed in the field of their 
chosen trade — Cabinet making. 

The training provided these boys has 
been intensive and thorough, and will 
afford them the greatest possible return 
for the time spent in learning the opera- 
tions of modern woodworking machines, 
and the handling of up-to-date hand tools. 
The development of manipulative skills 



prove our young men are adept in all 
situations concerning their trade. 

Academic and related work require- 
ments have fulfilled the neeesary educa- 
tional background so essential to each 
graduate when he seeks employment. We 
are sure these young craftsmen will make 
worthwhile contributions in the field of 
cabinetmaking. 

To be a success you must 
First, be a man 
Next, have a plan 
Then, never say "Can't" 
But alwavs sav — "Can." 



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Miss Rose H. Morrison 
Bus iness Machines 
Business Principles 

Staff Council, Press Club 



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Miss Ruth L. Page 

Art Instruction 

Fashion and Design 

Handloom Weaving 

Junior Adviser 



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Director of Peabody School 




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Miss Veronica A. Riley 

English, Student 

Co-operative Adviser, 

Sophomore Adviser 




Miss Mary Pacheco 
Elementary Sewing 
Children's Clothing 
Trade Dressmaking 



Peabody School Faculty 




Mrs. X. Atlele Marcoux 
Food Service Program 
Cafeteria Management 




Miss Marjorie MeCready 

Shorthand, Filing 

Transcription, English 

Essentials, Typewriting 





Mrs. Helen (i. Beardsell 

"Related Science 

Homemaking 
Sophomore Adviser 




Mrs. Gertrude T. 
Social Studies 

French. St intent Cooperative 
Adviser, Junior Adviser 




Mi-, Ethel Johnson 

Baking and ' 'att ring 

Food Si rvice Program 




Miss Phyllis Vigoritti 
Beauty ' Culture 




Miss Aliee Seelinger 
Food Service Program 
Tea Room Managt mi ni 



Miss Bertha Tarallo 

Beaut ii Culture 

i osmi tology Guild 



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PEABODY 



BEAUTY 

High standards of performance 
and a passing grade on the state 
examination promise opportunities 
for the cosmetology student. Areas 
of work include shop operator or 
owner, facial specialists, manicurist, 
and stylist. 



FOODS 

Training in the commercial foods 
field assures graduates of profitable 
positions as caterers, assistant chefs, 
tea room operators, pastry cooks, 
bakers, and restaurant helpers. Em- 
ployer demands have increased place- 
ment of students in many outstand- 
ing food establishments. 



FASHION 

Students of fashion find avenues 
of interesting work. Designing, pat- 
tern drafting, fitting, power-operat- 
ing, and tailoring are some of the 
possibilities. Many graduates enjoy 
working in private establishments or 
operating businesses of their own. 




DEPARTMENTS 




ART 
The Art Department accents color 
and design as applied to each trade. 
In addition, the department serves 

the school in its activities by helping 
to co-ordinate classrooms and extra- 
curricula activities with artistic 
ideas. 



ACADEMIC 

Academic classes are a vital part 
of each student's daily program. 
English, social studies, mathematics, 
and related science are among the 
subjects which contribute to the cul- 
tural growth of each individual. 



BUSINESS 

The work accomplished by those 
in the business classes opens the way 
to interesting careers as secretaries, 
stenographers, file clerks, machine 
operators, typists, and general office 
clerks. Graduates assume initial 
positions of responsibility with 
promise of rapid advancement. 




Peabody Co-operative Association 

Seated: Parlees, Kelley, Ferrick, Miss Riley, G. del 'Etoile, Maglio, De Paul 
Standing: Pelletier, Hamilton, Ferrara, Smith, Morrissey, Singler, Kay, M. 
del 'Etoile, Joseph 



The Student Cooperative is an 
Active Association 



In June of 1958, for the first time in 
the history of our School, the Student 
Co-operative Association elected its presi- 
dent and vice-president for the coming 
year. In September, therefore, our year 
"got off" to a good start with Gertrude 
del'Etoile as president and William 
Maglio as vice-president. Later in the 
month, after our annual rally and voting, 
we elected Florence Kelley as secretary 
and Barbara Ferrick as treasurer. A 
homeroom representative and alternate 
was elected by each of our five homerooms 
to complete the membership of the 
Executive Board. 



The Board members guide student 
affairs during the year, and they are re- 
sponsible for the success of such affairs 
as the freshmen Get-Acquainted Tea, 
Halloween Party, Christmas Sale, White 
Elephant Sale, Skating Party, and the 
Annual Step Party, as well as for 
arrangements concerning student attend- 
ance at the ballet, opera, and plays. 

Money raised hj the Association is 
used to sponsor educational tours, field 
trips, and to defray part of the student 
expenses for many of our extra-curricular 
activities. 



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Peabody Press Club 

Santoro, Wilkinson, Tingley, Ferrara, Septelka, Hamilton, Shanahan, Wright, Sutherland. 



The Peabody Press Club 
is Proficient 



The Press Club of the Henry 0. Pea- 
body School is composed of a group of 
interested students who volunteer their 
services to find and report news of interest 
to the members of the school and to the 
community. Each year we have been for- 
tunate in having' enthusiastic people as 
members of our Press Club. 

Effective leadership in news reporting 
has been given this year by Chairman 
Danial Septelka, with outstanding work 
being done by members: Christine Man- 
ning, Frances Shanahan, Janet Tingley, 



Diane Sutherland, Beverly Wilkinson, 
Wayne Santoro, and Barbara Ferrara. 
The news gathered by these students is 
edited in the typewriting class, and it is 
typed for the weekly column "Peabody 
Personalities" of the Norwood Messen- 
ger by students of the Stenographic Pro- 
grain. Typists this year have been Anita 
Ferrara, Gretna Gibbs, and Marjorie 
Davidson. Teachers working with the 
Press Club this year are: Miss Page, Mrs. 
Beardsell, Miss Morrison, Miss Vigorito, 
and Miss McCreadv. 



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The High Spots of Our Year at Peabody 



Looking back on our senior year, we 
pause to remember our first activity of 
the year, which was our Get-Acquainted 
Tea. All the new students, feeling very 
inexperienced and nervous, were put at 
ease by the upperclassmen. 

With September swiftly passing, we 
elected our officers and representatives to 
the Student Co-operative Association. 
Now that our senior year is nearing the 
end, we realize that we made wise choices. 

October brought with it our Halloween 
party which was enjoyable to all. We will 
never forget the happenings which we all 
encountered in the "cave." 

In November, we celebrated with the 
traditional Thanksgiving dinner, and 
once again the Foods Department lived 
up to its splendid reputation of cooking 
perfection. 

When December arrived, we held our 
annual Christmas Sale, which was a big 
success. The theme for the sale was 
"Snowflake City," and everyone was wel- 
comed to the sale by Jack Frost. 

Before we could catch our breath, we 
were preparing for our Christmas 
pageant, the theme of which was "Peace 
on Earth, Good Will to Men." We seniors 
would personally like to thank Miss Riley 
for making our pageant such a wonderful 
part of our Christmas festivities. 

This year, instead of being the recipi- 
ents of gifts from Santa at the party 
following our Christmas dinner, each 



homeroom representative presented to 
Santa a huge stocking of gifts from the 
students to be delivered to various hos- 
pitals and homes for the sick, the 
orphaned, and the aged. We called this 
Christmas project "Operation Santa 
Claus." 

During February, after one cancella- 
tion because of rain, we held our annua] 
skating party at Rocky Woods Reserva- 
tion in Medfield. 

April brought us to the well-known and 
loved opera "Carmen," a memorable first 
experience for many of us. We were proud 
to welcome the public in April to Open 
House at the Peabody School. 

In May we held our School prom which 
had for its theme "Blue Hawaii." The 
beauty of the decorations and a most re- 
markable night gave us a final setting 
which will long be remembered by all. 

Todaj T , on the day of our annual Step 
Party, given by the juniors for the 
seniors, we realize that our long-awaited 
senior year is rapidly coming to a close. 
Looking back over this full and happy 
senior year, we understand how much our 
school days have meant to us and know 
that we shall appreciate even more what 
the School has done for us as we wend 
our way through the coming years. 

Leslie Balch, Chairman 
Judith Olson 
Danial Septelka 



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Room 204 - Mr. Osgood 

Row I: Bartucca, Alden, Balnis, Abreu, Bayer, Bernardo, Bigelow, Blanke, Bremer. 
Row II: Alighieri, Bowman, Bartucca, Battles, Anderson, Antonelli. Abril, 

Mr. Osgood. 
Row III: Bader, Auciello, Adams, Balboni, Bateman, Booth, Bamber, Antonitas, 

Anello. 




Room 133 ■ Mr. Flaherty 

Row I: Bresnahan, Brown, Carchedi, Burns, Cass, Cashen, Compardy, Cammar?.ta. 
Row II: Cady, Callahan, Campbell, Brown, Condon, Coakley, Mr. Flaherty. 
Row III: Cahill, Coletta, Centamorse, Burke, Cappuccino, Casey, Clark. 



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Room 205 ■ Mr. Kenefick 

Row I: Costello, Connolly D., Cooper, Daley, Dempsey P., Coughlin, Cronin, 

Connolly A., Deeb, Connelley. 
Row II: Curran, Curley, Devine G., Devine J.. Devine M., Coughlin, D'Entremont, 

Connolly M., Do Rosa, Mr. Kenefick. 
Rciv III: Dempsey, DeLisle, Desmond, Connor, DeCosta, Curran M.. Cote. Connolly 
W., D'Espinosa. 




Room 219 - Mrs. Coburn 

Row I: Duoba, Eifert, Flynn, Didick, Fateb. Doyle, Eckhardt, Eysie, Ferguson. 
Row II: Du Bois, Ellis, Ferris, Drummey R., Durbin. Devine. Everett, Dunham, 

Mrs. Coburn. 
Row III: Fanning, Dulkis, Donnelley, Ferri, Drummey D., Doe, Donahue, Falconer. 



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Room 210 - Miss Evans 

Row I: Griffin, Girling, Hayes, Freni, Glynn, Gustafson, Gallagher, Gazda, Gearty. 

Row II: Gudis, Graney, Graham, Foley, Folan, Giers, Gugliotta, Gillis, Miss Evans. 

Row III: Frangiosa, Gray, Gulla, Groh, Hardy, Frucci, Hall, Haughey, Hauck. 




Room 122 - Mrs. Davis 

Row I: Kelly, Jewkes, Lanier, Hilferty, Kugel, Lavorante, Jensen, Kilroy, 

Mrs. Davis. 
Row II: Kiley, Heckman, Karter, Hayman, Joyce, Holmes. 
Row III: Hebner, Kane, Jesseau, Laakso, Jackson, Joy, Jessick. 
Row IV: Howard, Johnson, Hibbert, Howard, King, Kitson, Hutehings, Kozak. 



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Cafe - Mr. Averill 

Row I: McGuff, MacGillivray, McCready, Maclsaac, Mahoney, McKay, Malacinski, 

Lovell, McLaughlin, MacDonald. 
Row II: McDonough, McCormack, McMahon, Lindquist, Maddocks, Maxon, I.ukko, 

Mr. Averill. 
Row III: Mazzotta, McMorrow, MacEachern, Marathas, Matola, McKinnon, Lutkus. 




Room 221 - Mr. Piccirilli 

Row I: Nelson, O'Neil, Orlando, Murphy, McNeil, Pasionek, Pender. Nado, 

O'Connor. 
Row II: MeTeapiue, O'Sullivan, Paul, Ollis, Novick, Oberle. Mullane, Paine, 

Mr. Piccirilli. 
Row III: Nichols, Neilsen, Nixon, Nordstrom, McTernan, Meeker, Moynihan, O'Brien. 



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Room 202 - Mr. Gormley 

Row I: Rafuse, Santoro, Riley, Sastavicas, Rosata, Rente], Pillsbury, Regan, Reed, 

Perry. 
Row II: Mr. Gormley, Preibis, Stone, Shultz, Radei, Souther, Prew, Scafati, 

Purpura. 
Row III: Pieri, Shea, Phinney, Schneider, Reardon, Saeco, Ridikas, Ross, Perna. 




Room 220 - Mr. Diiim 

Row I: Taylor, Wilson, Venanzi, White, Wilkinson, Wall, Winans, Traudt, 

Valentinas. 
Row II: Tohosky, Zilfi, Welch, Tomasello, Stupak, Vinson, Vitkosky, Mr. Dunn. 
Row III: Weind, Thomas, Utorka, Walton, Thornton, Toomey, Sweeney, Walker, 

Ziskind. 



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Junior Officers - Class of 1960 

Standing: Malacinski, D'Espinosa, Eckhardt. 
Seated: Fanning, Cashen, Hardy. 



The Class of '60 proudly returned to 
school last September eager to begin our 
second eventful year on the "hill." Minus 
the confusion then being experienced by 
the new "Sophs," we settled down immedi- 
ately to the steady routine of classes and 
homework. How high were our spirits dur- 
ing those first weeks of Cicero, Algebra II 
and College Chem ! The election of class 
officers added to our enthusiasm. Sign- 
decked cars paraded up and down Nichols 
Street and campaign speeches hung from 
every bulletin board, reminding us to take 
advantage of this democratic oppor- 
tunity. The results of this election wot' 
as follows: Ronald Hardy, president; 
Brian McTeague, vice president; Mary 
Ann Cashen, secretary; Jean Malacinski 
and Charles Fanning, treasurers, and 
Helen Eckhardt and Thomas D'Espinosa, 
A. A. representatives. 

Our Junior boys helped in rating our 
school high on every sports poll. Steve 
Gulla, Bob Jesseau and Mike Scafati, next 
year's gridiron captains, proved them- 
selves promising stars. Ed Graney and 
Jim Neilsen, both valuable hockey play- 
ers, are looking forward to their third 
successful year on ice, as is capable Dan 



Laakso on the basketball courts. Three 
of our members were on the cheering 
squad, Elbe Eckhardt, Jackie Pasionek 
and Leona Rentel. 

Next came spring, then April showers, 
and then -- the most wonderful night of 
the year — our Junior prom. The atmos- 
phere of colorful decorations, soft lights, 
and dreamy music brought enjoyment to 
all. 

Saying "so long" on Class Day to the 
departing Seniors was both sad and excit- 
ing, for we realized that in a few short 
months we would be filling their places as 
toil brass at Norwood High! 



MARCIA McGUFF 

Class of I960 

Historian 




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Room 117 - Mr. Learnard 

Row I: Barrett, Beck, Bartsch, Boyd, Becker L., Badger, Bayer, Becker C. 

Row II: Allen, Bannon, Blanke, Benkavitch, Brannelly, Babel, Mr. Learnard. 

Row III: Auciello, Abely, Bergin, Allbee, Bonney, Balfour, Anderson, Bailey. 




Room 221 - Miss Burke 

Row I : Casey, Carabino, Clinch, Connolly, Close, Buckley, Carroll, Cola, Campisano. 
Row II: Clancy, Buck, Ciancarivi, Camillary, Consentino, Chaisson, Carita, 

Miss Burke. 
Row III: Connors, Carroll, Cavallaro, Butters, Chapman, Brissette, Conley, Cavallaro, 

Chapman. 



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Room 131 - Miss Coleman 

Row I : Cormier, Doran, Deasy, Cronin, Curran, Correia, Corcoran, Daley, Day. 
Row II: DeRose, Cotter, Eckhardt, DiCicco, Diggs, Croft, Corsini, Crisafulli. 
Row III: Donahue, Duclos, DeBerto, Monbouquette, Curtis, Crowley, Crawford, 

Coughlin. 
Row IV: Drew, Cook, Corrigan, De Flaminis, De Lisle, Denise. 




Room 212 - Miss Jolmjiren 

Row I: Fanning, Fitzgerald, Flynn, Grew, Famigliette, Folan, Erickson, Folan D., 

Fisher. 
Row II: Graney, Fournier, Foley, Etter, Ferris, Feeney, Gallant, Ellis, Fecney. 
Row III: Flaherty, Georgi, Gomes, Grenon, Goonan, Ekstrand, Folan, Edwards. 



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Room 132 - Miss O'SuIlivan 

Row I: Howard J., Keefe, Howard J., Kavolius, Haldane, Gugliotta, Harris, King, 

Hertle, Kelley J. 
Row II: Lacana, Johnson P., Kendrigan, Karshis, Johnson D., Houghton, Groves, 

Kelley D., Hanson, Honeth. 
Row III: Hutchins, Hilliard, Kady, Hebner, Kelleher, Heylin, Jessick, Konstaitis, 

Johnson J., Kaktins. 




Room 112 - Miss Bridges 

Row I: MaeRae, Makaitis, Leavitt, Mahar, Lazzaro, McCarty, MacNeil, Maloof, 

Lindblom, Maloof. 
Row II: Martin, Maclntyre, Masse, Marks, Liutkevicius, Maiten, Lane, Manley. 



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Room 106 - Miss MoConagle 

Row I: Miller, Naughton, McGrath, Nettle, Mohamet, McQuaid, Murphy, Mohan, 

Michienzie. 
How II: Monahan, Monbouquette, Mullane J., Mullane M., Murtomaki, Newman, 

McDargh. 
Row III: Merrill, McDonough, Moberg, McMorrow, Michienzie F., McGovern, 

Mitchell. 




Room 211 - Mr. Dehler 

Row I: Pelletier, Oakes, Olson, Perchway, Puchalski, Oberlander, Noble, Ostrom J., 

Ostrom P., Puopolo. 
Row II: Parker, Port'ert, Pieree, Radei, Nugent, Penia, Reeves, Mr. Dehler. 
Row III: O'Donnell, Puchalski, E. O'Donnell, Pasquale, Restall, Pruell, O'Brien, Pye. 



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Room 203 ■ Mr. Overlook 

Row I: Shagoury, Smith, Spinner E., Spinner A., Sansone, Solomon, Skeans, 

Rowland, Rosata. 
Row II: Smith, Rogers, Slawecki, Skopelites, Ruscitti, Simenas, Rodman. 
Row III: Rowe, Sheehan, Salie, Sarno, Sandell, Rogers, Mr. Overlook. 




Room 110 ■ Miss Wegerdt 

Row I: Wallster, Stonis, Welch, Stitt, Strasonkas, Wojdag, Wozniak, Starrett, 

Ward K., Wood. 
Row II: Walton, Timm, Travers, Wilder, Wall, Taylor, Ward M., Yelapi. 
Row III: Sulkala, Wesley, Toomey W., Sylvester, Toomey H., Troilo, Stupak, 

Toomey A., Valentine. 



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Class of 1961 Officers 

Donahue, Bayer, Brannelly, Groves, Mutters, Diggs, Balfour. 

We Were Lowly but Lively Sophs 



The class of 1961, 280 strong, became 
an active part of N.H.S. in September 
1958, determined to make the very best 
of tile three difficult years ahead. 

Shortly we had our officers for the 
year elected. The supreme position of 
Presidency was bestowed upon Charles 
Donahue, who was well supported by 
Vice-President Dixie Lee Groves ; Secre- 
tary Maureen Brannelly; Treasurers 
Joan Bayer and Steve Butters ; and A. A. 
Representatives Jacqueline Diggs and 
Thomas Balfour. 




PAULA WILDER 

Class of 1961 
Historian 



Our more-than-successful Sophomore 
Halloween Party gave us a chance to get 
acquainted with new members and helped 
to weld us into one strong class. In 
December we solemnly presented a Christ- 
mas Pageant for the enjoyment of our 
respected upperclassmen. 

For the first time in many years 
Norwood High had mid-year examina- 
tions. Those four eventful days were filled 
with excitement and exhilaration tinged 
with anxiety. 

Sportswise. our boys gave the school 
good sophomore representation. Phil 
DeRose, Don Coughlin, Jack Lane. Jack 
Cotter. Fred Pasquale, and John 
O'Donnell were popular among the pig- 
skin fighters and Charles Donahue's 
hockey participation gained him a posi- 
tion of prominence. On the whole, we be- 
lieve that we won ourselves a good reputa- 
tion both academically and socially. The 
aggressive spirits of all the Sophomore 
students assure of a prosperous future. 
Our morale as a class is high and we hope 
to establish an outstanding record here 
at Norwood High School. P. W. '61 



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Circulation Committee 





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Student Council Officers 

Fairbanks, Swift, Bethoney, Diggs, Meeker, Burke, Fowler. 



The Council Sums Up its Varied Activities 



The Student Council of 1958-1959 has 
experienced a very successful and active 
year under the leadership of Robert 
Bethoney, President ; Calvin Meeker, Vice- 
President ; Judith Diggs, Recording Sec- 
retary ; Kathleen Burke, Corresponding 
Secretary ; and Judith Fowler, Treasurer. 
Co-Chairmen Joan Fairbanks and Leslie 
Swift, with Adele Tumas, David Bader, 
Stephen Coakley and Susan Glynn com- 
prised the Executive Board. 

The Council, which was instrumental in 
bringing our new foreign exchange stu- 
dents here, welcomed Peter Koehl from 
Germany and Belgin Tanil from Turkey 
into our organization. Belgin was Presi- 
dent of his high school Student Council 
in Turkey. 

On Monday evening, November 10, the 
Student Council held its traditional 
Autumn Frolic Dance. With the gym- 
nasium appropriately decorated in gay 
autumn colors, a wonderful time was had 
by all. One hundred dollars of the profit 



from this affair was donated to the 
Foreign Exchange Committee. 

The Council continued the "Shares in 
Democracy" program which was initiated 
two years ago. A Foreign Exchange Pro- 
gram Assembly was held on March 18, 
with six foreign students participating in 
an interesting Panel Discussion. The 
drive was started off with a generous con- 
tribution from the Future Teachers of 
America Club. The results were both 
successful and gratifying. 

Other projects in which the Council 
participated were the purchasing of the 
Trophy Cases and a Lamp of Knowledge 
Plaque. 

All members of the Student Council 
would like to express their appreciation 
to our Faculty Advisers Miss Mary Hub- 
bard and Mr. John Osgood for their 
assistance; to our principal, Mr. Charles 
Hayden, and to all who gave of their 
support and interest in all our activities. 

J. D. '59 



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Student Council Representatives 



Row I: Tanil, Tumas, Glynn, Burke, Fowler, Bethoney, Meeker, Digjjs, Fairbanks, 

Swift, Koehl. 
Row II: Ellis, Ferris, Zilfi, McGuff, Coakley, Bader, Novick, Kugel, Daley, Mattson. 
Row III: Smith, Butters, Casey, Antonitis, Sarno, Usevich, Long, Newman, Hilliard. 




Student Council Alternates 

Row I: Ellis, Haymen, Bethoney, Meeker. 

Row II. Crawford, Salie, Nixon, Bayer, Kent. 

Row III: Cronin, Sullivan, Nason, Rosata, Mahoney, Cashen. 

Row IV: Wilder, McGrath, Bartsch, Connolly, Ellis, Lindbloom, Karshis. 



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Girls' Traffic Squad 



Ftow I: Sankey, Balutis, Diggs, Swift, Fowler, Fairbanks. 
Row II: Nason, Nenart, Socci, Maguire, Kinsman, Tumas. 
Row III: Snider, Connolly, Oszajca, Flynn, Keedy. 

Staxding: McAuliffe, Makaitis, Williamson, Sarno, Longstaff, Lockhart, Sanders, 
Carpenter, Hussey, O'Brien. 




Boys' Traffic Squad 

Row I: Palleiko, Wollent, Turchan, Gillis, Mullen, Virginski. 
Row II. Wilder, Stonis, Souden, Zimlicki, Clem, Tanil. 

Row III: Rizzo, Miss Ryan, Koehl, Kaktins, Giordano, Gianusso, McAuliffe, Murphy, 
Netland. 



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Projection Club 



Buck, C. Adams, Bond, McMorrow, Johnson, Sweeney, Cook, Ekstrand, G. Adams, 
Bailev. 




Ticket Sellers 

Row I: Rosata, Aeker, Feeney, Benkavitch, Blanke. Grew. 
Row II: Lanier, Gugiiotta, Coughlin, Doherty, Sullivan, Mohan. 
Row III: Murphy, Devine, Linquist, Thompson, Salie. 

Standing: Mr. Gormley, King, Fisher, Soderstrom, Connolly, Souther, Brown, 
Naylor, Connolly. 



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Assembly Committee 



Burke, Swift, Fowler, Mitchell, Sarno, Noonan. 



The Assemblies Lightened Our Fridays 



In September of 1958, the Assembly 
Committee, under the guidance of Mr. 
Thomas Roche, began another year of 
planning educational and interesting 
assemblies. 

It is the duty of this committee to 
preview and plan the assemblies to be 
presented, usually on Fridays. The assem- 
bly Committee receives financial assistance 
from the student body, as well as from 
the Student Council. 

The Sophomores put on an excellent 
Christmas Pageant with the whole class 
participating. They were assisted by the 
"Hi Fi's," under the direction of Mr. 
John Faucett. 

Other outstanding assemblies were the 
United States Navy Band, the Awards 
Assembly which is always exciting, and 
the Foreign Exchange Student Assembly 



at which the countries of Denmark, Indo- 
nesia, Turkey, Iran, German, and France 
were represented. 

Prior to the senior play and the senior 
musicale, the student body enjoyed samp- 
lings of the performances which were to 
follow. Soloists and guest speakers were- 
the features of other entertaining and 
instructive gatherings. 



JOHN NOONAN 

Chairman 




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Photography Club 

Front: Klein, I). Holmes, Walton, Koehl, Buckingham, Reynolds, Acker, J. Holmes 

Goldman. 
Rear: Liutkevicius, Shaw, Carita, Marten, Stonelield. 



We Had Some Bright Dark-room Artists 



The photography club, under the 
supervision of our competent and enthusi- 
astic advisor, Mr. John Sullivan, had a 
busy, interesting, and successful year. 
Contests were held every month with a 
different type of project for each con- 
test. The following subjects were the 
basis for the contests : in October, human 
interest pictures; in November, portraits 
(on this occasion we had the use of pro- 
fessional equipment owned by Purdv 
Photographers of Boston who were photo- 
graphing Seniors for the yearbook) ; in 
December, portrait coloring; pet pictures 
were made in January ; snow scenes in 
February; in March, sports candids; in 
April, night scenes ; and in May, 35 mm 
color slides. The entries submitted were 
judged by Mr. Learnard for technical 
details ; by Mrs. Spanos for artistic com- 
position; and by Mr. White for general 
excellence. A cash prize was awarded to 
the member amassing the most points for 
the vear. 



Our officers this year were: James 
Reynolds, president ; Joel Holmes, vice- 
president in charge of the dark-room ; 
David Stonefield, vice-president in charge 
of publicity; Peter Koehl, secretary; and 
Donald Holmes, treasurer. We all feel 
that, as a result of our year's work, pho- 
tography is a terrific hobby. 

P. K. '59 



JAMES REYNOLDS 
President 




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Election Commission 

Seated: Kent, Williamson, Burke. 

Standing: Rizzo, Swift, Koehl, Fairbanks, Graney, Fowler, Tanil, Glynn. 



The Election Commission 
Functions Efficiently 



The Election Commission consists of 
the students who are elected from the 
Sophomore, Junior and Senior member^ 
of the Student Council. Officers of the 
council work with the commission when 
help is needed. 

The function of the group is to super- 
vise all school elections and to assume re- 
sponsibility for efficient and honest elec- 
tions. It sets dates, receives nominations, 
supervises the balloting and counting of 



all votes which have been cast, and pub- 
lishes the results of all elections on the 
bulletin boards. 

The Co-Chairmen of this year's com- 
mission were Sally Williamson, and Roger 
Kent. 

The Election Commission is a very im- 
portant part of school life and its mem- 
bers earn and win faculty and student 
approval for their efforts. 

P. K. '59 




SALLY WILLIAMSON 
Co-Chairman 

ROGER KENT 
Co-Chairman 



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Hilltopper Staff 



Seated: S. Makaitis, N. Makaitis, Miss Evans, Salie. 
Standing: Ferguson, Deasy, Groves, Crawford, Naylor, Nucci, Rentel, 
Koehl. 



Virginski, 



"The Hilltopper" Perseveres 



Despite the numerous problems con- 
fronting a school newspaper, "The Hill- 
topper" was successfully published for the 
second year. In many respects it was 
still an experimental effort, but thanks 
to the loyal support of the students, the 
work of the staff, the unlimited patience 
of our faculty adviser, Miss Evans, and 
the determination of the editors, it ac- 
quired some aspects of a school news- 
paper and managed, even without adver- 
tisements, to avoid insolvency. 

The staff consisted of Judy Salie, 



Nijole Makaitis, editors; James Craw- 
ford, Dotty Ferguson, Dixie Lee Groves, 
Muriel Naylor and Leona Rentel, report- 
ers ; Mary Deasy, Skirmante Makaitis, 
Richard Nucci and Walter Virginski, 
writers; Peter Koehl, photographer; 
Janice Corsini and Rarbara Cummins, 
typists. 

We hope that future classes will not 
be discouraged by the difficulties that 
sometimes arise, but will continue the 
works of making "The Hilltopper" an 
integral part of Norwood High School. 




NIJOLE MAKAITIS 
Co-Editor 



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Future Nurses of America Club 

Row I. Pasionek, Folan, Soderstrom, Gazda, Rosata, McCurdy. 

Row II: Seeberger, Flynn, Mitchell, Miss Ryan, Graham. 

Row III: Fowler, MaeGillivray, Dabrowney, P. Flynn, Oszajca, Burke, Ostergren. 

Row IV: Kinsman, Fairbanks, Brannelly, Connelly. 




Norwood High Business Club 

Row I: Maguire, Oszajca, McNeil, Pender, Vikosky, Ferguson, Regan, Eifert, 

Mrs. Davis. 
Row II: Connolly, D'Entremont, Lanier, Broderick, Johnson, Murphy, Gillis, 

Pasionek, Ferrara. 
Row III: McKay, Davidson, Bloom, Ferrick, Hilferty, Taylor, Sweezy, Murphy, 

Rafuse. 
Row IV: Norton, Ollis, Corsini, Gibbs, Naylor, McLaughlin. 



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Future Teachers of America Club 

Row I: Ellis, Erickson, Hussey, McKinney. 

Row II: Sullivan, Freni, Oszajca, Cashen, Carpenter, Kugel, Burke, Fairbanks, 

Snider, Erickson, Anderson, Oberle. 
Row III: Mahoney, Venanzi, Bernardo, Glynn, Sastavickas, D. Connolly, MacNeil, 

Bayer, Diggs, Nenart, Sandell, Gustafson. 
Row IV: Mason, Wall, Winant, J. Connolly, Daley, Souther, McGuff, Cooper, Zilfti, 

Hardy, Scafati. 



Teachers of the Future Unite! 



June 1959 marks the end of the seventh 
year that the Dwight D. Eisenhower 
Future Teachers of America Club has 
played an active and valuable part in 
school life at Norwood High. 

Under the leadership of our officers: 
Sharon McKinney, President; Madeline 
Zilfi, Vice-President ; Judith Diggs, 
Recording Secretary ; Faith Erickson, 
Corresponding Secretary ; Joan Sasta- 
vickas, Treasurer; Pauline Kugel, 
Librarian, and with the guidance of our 
sponsors, Mrs. Tillie Coburn and Mr. 
John Piccirilli, the F.T.A. once again 
prospered both civically and financially. 

A food sale, which was highly successful 
and enthusiastically supported by the 
faculty and student bodv, was held in the 



school cafeteria in February. Some of 
the money earned by this sale was con- 
tributed to the "Shares In Democracy" 
drive. 

On March 21, Mrs. Coburn and three 
members attended the F.T.A. Conference 
for the Eastern Section of Massachusetts 
at Wellesley. 

In April a bulletin board was posted 
symbolizing that month as "Teaching 
Month" and stressing the importance of 
the teaching profession. Another display 
was put up for National Education Week. 

The Club wishes to thank its sponsors, 
our principal, Mr. Charles Hayden, and 
all those who have made this year such 
a success. 

J.D. '59 



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Library Assistants and Librarian 

Seated: Babel, Diggs, Rodgers, Slawecki, N. Connelly. 

Standing: Mrs. Sweeney, Becker, O'Brien, Deeb, Clinch, Flynn, Grew, S. Connelly. 



Our School Library Comes to Life 



In September the organization of a 
school library was begun. . The equipment 
in the library quarters was re-arranged 
for more efficient operation and attractive 
appearance. A basic collection of 200 
reference volumes and 1,000 circulating 
books has been assembled. 

Since the library opened on November 
18, 1958, instruction in the use of the 
library has been given to all English 



classes, and student use of the library is 
rapidly increasing. 

A corps of student aids has been 
organized. These girls have been of in- 
valuable assistance in organizing the 
library. It is hoped that the aids will, in 
turn, benefit from an increased undei - - 
standing of library processes and by a 
sense of services rendered for the com- 
mon s;ood. 



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NORWOOD HIM SCHOOL 

STUDENT DRIVER 

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Driver Training is part of our many-faceted program. 

We Stress Skill, Safety, 
and Solicitude 



Driver Education has been ottered at 
Norwood Senior High School over a 
period of eleven years. During this time 
approximately 1500 students have com- 
pleted the program and have received 
licenses and certificates from the Registry 
of Motor Vehicles. This certification en- 
ables the parents of the student to obtain 
a substantial reduction in insurance 
rates, which in Norwood amounts to about 
$41.00. 

The course includes a minimum of 
twenty hours of predriver training in the 
classroom and a minimum of six hours of 
observation and six hours of operation of 
a dual control car. 



Under the new registrar, Mr. Clement 
A. Riley, certain approved commercial 
schools are now permitted to teach the 
road training work, after a student has 
completed the classroom work at the high 
school. 



MR. STANLEY 
FISHER 

Driver 

Training 

Director 




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Varsity Glee Club 





Soprano* 

Row I: Ruscitti, Perchway, Sullivan, Ferriek, Reed, Cooper. 

Row II: Bloom, Ostergren, Correia, Snider, R. Mason, Bremer. 

Row III: Badger, Bel'Etoile, Nason, Valentinas, Hussey, S. Mason. 

Standing: Keedy, Broderick, Leavitt, Corsini, McCormack, Duoba, Broderick, Cronin, 



Cl.nch, Oberle, Dabrowney, Blanke. 



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Ferrara, Ferris, Sankey, Balutis, Eysie, Mahoney. 
Diggs, Oakes, Solomon, Williamson, Tomm, Freni. 
NTovick, Fournier, Alden, Kugel, Wallster, Houghton. 
Wilson, Eckhardt, Diggs, Johnson, Maddocks, O'Brien. 
Rosata, Ellis, Turnas, Bernardo, Crawford, Fowler, Burke, 
Battles, Bennett, Oszajca, Nixon, Swift, Sansone, Pelletier, 
Famigliette. 

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Varsity Glee Club 




Tenors 

Row I : Septelka, Reeves, Crowley, Turchan, Babel, Curley. 

How II: Sheehan, Balfour, Connor. Hutchings, Stupak, Bainton. 

Row III: Grinavic, Georgi, Desmond, Donnelly, McMorrow. 

Standing: Corbett, Mullane, Rizzo, Mr. Faucett, Newman, Paddock, Perna. 




Basses 



How I: Duffy, Sampson, Bowler, Connolly, Pye, Souden. 
Row II: Cook, DeRose, O'Sullivan, Brissette, McMalion, Welch. 
Row III: Fanning, Bainton, Murphy, Phinney, Bowman, Hayman. 
Standing: Kitson, Hardy, Gillis, Connolly, Bethoney, DiBerto, Spurr, Antonitis, 
Callahan, Duclos, Hilliard, DeFlaminis. 



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Football Squad 

Row I: Martin, Antonitis, Fanning-, Moynihan, McKema, Jesseau, Virginski, Dixon, Grinavic, Bethoney, Scafati, 

Romeo, Ridikas, Costello, Sanborn, Gulla, Mollison. 
Row II: Coach Scafati, Mathews, Bader, DeRose, D'Espinosa, Paul, Cotter, O'Donnell, Hardy, Conners, Lutkus, 

Gillis, Zimlicki, McKenzie, Troilo, Pasqualie, Snyder, Tanil, Fillmore, Noonan, Assistant Coach Galvani. 
Row III: Assistant Coach Mahoney, Marks, Donahue, Adams, Lane, Coughlin, Jessick, Desmond, Allbee, McGov- 

ern, Perna, Balfour, Nordstrom, Ellis, Nugent, Assistant Coach Gulla. 

Our Piratical Pigskin Pursuers 

A spirited Norwood High football On the ensuing Saturday N.H.S. daz- 
team, hungry for a win after having had zled Framingham 40-8. Charlie Romeo 
their opener with Natick on September 27 and "Bucka" Fanning recovered a multi- 
postponed by rain, downed a strong tude of fumbles thus setting up several 
Needham team 16-0 on October 4. The Norwood scores. Paul Costello made a 
following week they pinned a 44-6 setback fine catch for a six pointer. 
on Walpole with Bill Moynihan scoring The long-awaited game with Natick 
two touchdowns. On Saturday, October arrived and the Scafatimen undaunted by 
18, the superb passing combination of Natick's reputation fought gamely, but 
Dan McKenna and Pete Dixon paced were defeated 20-0 in a game that was 
Norwood to a 26-0 romp over Milton. not decided until the final period. A few 
Then the rains came and the heralded breaks on the side of the Blue-and-White 
contest between Norwood and Stoughton could have changed the outcome of the 
was cancelled. game. 

On November first, Norwood ripped Norwood, as it is customary, swamped 

Wellesley 40-6 as Grinavic carried the Dedham on Thanksgiving morning by a 

pigskin across the goal line thrice. George record high Blue-and-White score of 34-0. 

Sanborn plaj'ed another strong defense Tony Grinavic scored four touchdowns 

game. and Wally Virginski threw several key 

November 8 was a black day in the blocks on long runs. The J.V. team 

annals of the Scafatimen, as a powerful played most of the final period. 

Braintree eleven defeated them in a hard This ended a successful season and gave 

fought game 12-6. Bob Bethoney played Norwood third place in the Bay State 

a tremendous game carrying the ball and League with a 6-2 record, 

as defensive tackle. W.B.V. '59 

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Norwood Basketball Braves 

Row I: Palleiko, Murphy, McKcnna, Dixon, Coneannon. 

Row II: Mollison, McAuliffe, Jackson, Laakso, Wilder, Coach Richardson. 



The Color Here Was A Dark Blue 



The basketball team, while building for 
next rear, came through the tough season 
with a 1 and 12 record. The hard fight- 
ing but inexperienced cagers found it 
rough going against their seasoned op- 
ponents. After the dust of battle had 
settled, the Richardson men found them- 
selves a full four games ahead of the 
cellar-dwelling Dedhamites, but trailing 
the league champion Xatick by 9 games. 

After dropping their first two tilts to 
Braintree and Needham by close scores, 
the cagers rebounded by soundly trounc- 
ing Dedham and then upsetting a heavily 
favored Walpole team 71-63. This victory 
helped keep Walpole from gaining its 
first Tech tourney bid in recent years. 

After trailing Wellesley by 20 points 
;.t half time, the local boys rallied to 
within two points of the hard pressed 
Wellesley squad, only to have time run out 
on them. Final score was a heartbreaking 
61-62. Then a long five game losing 
streak began, with our cagers losing to 



Xatick, Framingham, Milton, Braintree, 
and Needham. 

The Blue and White then leaped out 
of the doldrums by crushing Dedham, 
creating a new Norwood High offensive 
output of 9(3 points while holding Ded- 
ham to just 49. Walpole put a kink in 
the Norwood scoring machine (Walpole 
59, Norwood 19), and the Blue and White 
put Wellesley aside by the decisive mar- 
gin of 70-58. The season then ended in a 
downbeat with our Five losing close ones 
to Natick, Framingham, and Milton. 

Leading the Tiot Crew in scoring were 
Danny Laakso, 230 points; Gerry Con- 
cannon. "Lefty" Wright, and Tom Jack- 
son all around the 160 point mark. 
Seniors: Dan McKenna, Pete Dixon, 
Ronnie Wilder, Paul Murphy, and Ben 
Palleiko combined their talents for a total 
of 192 points. The juniors on this year's 
team will be back next year to keep bas- 
ketball one of the most popular sports on 
the Hill. W.B.V. "59 



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Norwood Hockey 

Row I: Neilsen, Purpura, Moynihan, Walker, Graney. 

Row II: Brannelly, Donahue, Welch, Huttunen, Walton, Kozak, Coach Monbouquette, 
Fanning. 

We Lived This Season in a Golden Glow 



Norwood High's Golden Nuggets were 
deprived of their second Bay State 
League Crown in three years, when a 
spirited Needham team managed to edge 
them 1-0 in the next to the last game of 
the regular season. The Needham six 
picked up a fluke goal early in the game 
and then managed to ward off everything 
that the hard fighting Nuggets threw at 
them. Thus, the Blue and White were 
forced to be content with finishing a 
strong second. 

Norwood got the season off on the 
right foot when they defeated Waltham 
2-0. The second game found them oppos- 
ing a determined Wellesley team with 
whom they struggled to a 2-2 tie. Coach 
Monbouquette's charges then managed to 
put together a long winning streak in 
which they defeated Walpole, Framing- 
ham, Watertown, and Needham. A last 
minute goal resulting in a 3-3 tie kept 
the Nuggets undefeated through the first 
round. 

Norwood started the second round 
with wins over Waltham, Wellesley, and 
Walpole. Their 3-2 win over Walpole 
marked the first time that a Norwood 



team has been able to defeat the perennial 
power of Walpole twice in a season. 

Framingham then gave the Norwood 
six their first setback of the season 3-1. 
Norwood rebounded by upending Water- 
town 4-2, but the Nuggets lost the 1-0 
thriller to Needham. The following week 
the Nuggets ended their regular season 
by trouncing B.C. High 5-1. 

In the first round of the State Play-offs, 
Norwood defeated a strong Springfield 
Trade sextet 3-0, but the second round 
found them losing a sudden-death thriller 
to Saugus 4-3. 

This year's team was fortunate in hav- 
ing two capable lines : Artie Walker, Ed 
Graney, and Jimmy Nielsen in the first 
wave followed by Charlie Donahue, George 
Kozak, and Alan Welch. Ironmen Gus 
Purpura and Bill Moynihan provided the 
defense that helped goalie Tommy Bran- 
nelly keep the opposition to an average of 
less than two goals a game. These are 
the Nuggets that compiled the impressive 
record of 10 wins, two losses, and two 
ties while finishing second in the strong 
Bay State League. 

W. B. V. '59 



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CROSS 

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The "Whole" in One 

Front: McAuIift'e, captain. 

Rear: W. Crowley, Sulka, Sylvester, Scafati, Connors, Mr. Leamard, coach, P. 
Crowley, Wright, Stonefleld, Donahue, Ward. 




The "Racketeers" 

Front: Arvidson, Johnson, Capt. Wilder, Sarno, Carita. 

Rear: DeFlaminis, Balfour, Clinch, Georgi, Mr. Mahoney, coach. 



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Choice Fielders and Big Stick Carriers 

Reah: Coach Scafati, Kelley, DeRose, D'Espinosa, Antonelli, Dempsey, Laakso, 

Hibbert, Gulla, Bader, Coakley, Mollison. 
Front: Hebner, Drummey, Babel, Murphy, McKenna, Grinavic, Dixon, Costello, 

Giannusso. 



We Had Our Ups and Downs 



The Norwood nine, after a highly suc- 
cessful exhibition schedule, which saw 
them win 3 out of 4, defeated Braintree 
by the lopsided score of 10-0. "Al" Gia- 
nusso blinded the opposing batsmen while 
the heavy stickers knocked in 10 runs. 
They then lost a heartbreaker to Need- 
ham 4-3. 

Frank Babel won his first game of the 
season when his team compiled 16 runs, 
while he limited Dedham to just 2. Natick 
then reversed our nine by taking a 9-1 
game. With Babel pitching, Norwood de- 
feated Framingham 10-5, but then lost 
to Wellesley 4-0. They rebounded to take 
Milton 4-3 and lost to Walpole 10-7 when 
a last minute rally fell short. This com- 
pleted the first round. 

Although unable to win two in a row 



thus far, Norwood has managed to record 
a .500 average. A win streak in the second 
half could put them near the top of the 
Bay State League. They appear to have 
started that streak by defeating Brain- 
tree 5-4 with "Al" Gianusso pitching a 
four hitter. 

Coach Scafati was fortunate in having 
this year a potent "Big Three," consisting 
of "Bullet" Babel, Paul Murphy and "Al" 
Gianusso. Pete Dixon was the brains 
behind the plate. Danny McKenna pro- 
vided the fielding gems of the year, while 
Tony Grinavic was giving the flagpole 
the jitters with his long drives to center 
field. "Rocky" Costello held down the 
third base bag while coming through with 
an occasional timely hit. 

W. B. V. '59 



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Girls' Basketball 

Row I: Longstaff. 

Row II: Flynn, Diggs, Oszajca, Carpenter, Taylor, Treciokas. 



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The "Raquettes" 

Front: Diggs, Bergman, Longstaff, McAuliffe, Solomon. 

Rear: Mrs. Davis, coach; Kugel, Sansone, Wilder, Connolly, Wozniak. 



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CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT 

We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-Nine, being of rela- 
tively sound mind and body, do hereby proclaim this to be our last will and 
testament, bequeathing our most cherished possessions acquired during our 
three-year siege at N.H.S. to the most meritorious undergraduates and do 
declare all other endowments set forth in our name null and void. 

Article I — To Mr. Havden we leave our profound respect and gratitude for his 

patient understanding and counsel, and one extra long extension ladder which 

will enable him to remove the excess embellishments on the school tower. 
Article II — To the Senior Advisers we leave our sincere thanks, plus a giant-size 

economy carton of Bufferin to sooth the headaches we leave in our wake. 
Article III — To Mr. Roche we leave an invisible cloak to enter into the confines 

of the Boys' Locker Room without being detected, in order to apprehend 

those who could not wait for the 2 :20 bell for a cigarette. 
Article IV — To Miss Ryan we bequeath a twenty-five hour day so that she will 

have more time to perform her many important duties. 
Article V — To Mrs. Riley we leave a well-deserved blue ribbon for her exceptional 

work in producing an excellent yearbook. 
Article VI — To Miss O'Sullivan we leave a one-pound box of the best topics for 

the Chamber of Commerce Essays. 
Article VII — To Mr. Learnard we leave a jet-propelled helicopter so that he 

may "bomb" over to Tufts and get the "bugs" out of the physics course. 
Article VIII — Mr. Osgood's classes leave him a non-habit forming Vicks inhaler 

with the hope that he doesn't have too many colds. 
Article IX — To Miss Johngren we leave a case of tired blood to slow down her 

rapid pace to accommodate the younger generation. 
Article X — To Miss Kenefick we leave a new classroom pest to take the place 

of Charlie Romeo. 
Article XI — To Mr. Scafati and Mr. Mahoney we leave a bottle of tranquillizing 

pills for use during those hectic hygiene classes. 
Article XII — To Mr. Averill we leave a room of his own so that he will no longer 

endanger the lives of the students with his "classroom on wheels." 
Article XIII — To "Maestro" Faucett we leave a new piano for his exclusive class- 
room under the stairs. 
Article XIV — The Traffic Squad of '59 leaves to their successors a lion's roar 

to frighten even the boldest faculty member into observing the traffic 

regulations. 
Article XV — Bonnie Hussey and Ronnie Wilder leave their leadership ability to 

the Top Two of 1960. 
Article XVI — Sally Williamson leaves her awed admirers to the reigning charmer 

of the Junior Class ; Jackie Pasionek. 
Article XVII — Paul Costello and Fred Smith regretfully leave behind the two 

Leonas. 
Article XVIII — Mike Rizzo leaves his position of presidential dignity and an out- 
size gavel to the Junior and Sophomore V.I.P.'s, Ronnie Hardy and Charles 

Donahue. 

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Article XIX — Bob Bethoney, Tony Grinavic and Peter Dixon leave their out- 
standing gridiron feats to Mike Scafati, Hol> Jesseau and Joe Ridikas. 

Article XX — Peter Koehl and Belgin Tanil leave for their respective countries 
with fond memories of N.H.S. and the sincere affection of the Class of '59. 

Article XXI — Connie Balutis leaves a non-skid baton guaranteed not to evade the 
clutches of the manipulator to Lilly Valentinas. 

Article XXII — Susan Crawford leaves her personality, popularity and the best of 
luck to next year's capable captain, Leona Rentel. 

Article XXIII — Frank Babel, Sally Williamson, Charlene Tomm and John Noonan 
leave their acting ability to anyone who can effectively fill their shoes. 

Article XXIV — Martha Keedy leaves her ability to get along with others and her 
ingratiating personality to Madeline Zilfi. 

Article XXV — To Mr. Thornton we leave one pair of nimble feet and a cigarette 
holder to lend an air of aplomp. 

Article XXVI — Beverly Ferris and Brian Callahan leave their quiet, tactiturn 
personalities to Sally Perry and Charles Fanning. 

Article XXVII — The tremendous trio of Walker, Moynihan and Purpura leave a 
golden hockey puck to the stars of next year, Graney, Neilsen and Donahue. 

Article XXVIII — Frank Nicholson leaves his spontaneous humor and penchant 
for getting into hot water to Joe Joy. 

Article XXIX — Marilyn Mitchell leaves her pep, vim, vigor and perennial smile 
to Marcia McGuff. 

Article XXX — John Noonan leaves his stentorian voice to Madeline Eysie. 

Article XXXI — Roger Kent leaves his artistic talent and scintillating wit to the 
Class of 1960. There's enough of both to go around. 

Article XXXII — Danny McKenna leaves to Danny Laakso his faculty for rack- 
ing up the points for the Norwood High Cagers. 

Article XXXIII — The Class of 1959 leaves with mingled feelings of joy and 
sorrow the school, the teachers, and the friends which have made these three 
years of their youth forever memorable. 

In witness thereof, we have hereunto subscribed our names and 
affixed our seal on this the 5th day of June in the year of Our Lord Nine- 
teen Hundred and Fifty-Nine. 

Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-Nine 




Witnesses: 



ROBERT MURPHY 



LESLIE SWIFT 




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and Mrs. J. Abdallah 
and Mrs. Leonard Acker 
and Mrs. George W. Adams 
and Mrs. Arthur P. Allen 
and Mrs. R. Altgenug 
and Mrs. Valentine Balutis 
and Mrs. James Bethoney 
Walter Blasenak 
William C. Bloom 
and Mrs. Sidney M. Bond 
and Mrs. Neville Booth 
and Mrs. Martin Bradford 
and Mrs. Harry H. Brenner 
and Mrs. William F. Brown 
and Mrs. William Burke 
James H. Butler, Jr. 
and Mrs. Joseph E. Callahan 
Edna Callis 
Stephen L. Carbone 
and Mrs. Carl Carlson 
Mrs. J. Carpenter 
Mrs. Joseph Ciancarelli 
and Mrs. Frank S. Clem 
and Mrs. Dennis J. Collins 

Albert F. Connolly 
James F. Connolly 
Michael J. Connolly 
Mrs. John E. Corbett 
Mrs. F. Peter Corsini 
Paul N. Couture 
T. R. Crawford 
A. Cummins 
Edwin W. Currier 
Mrs. Lewis Danovitch 
and Mrs. Robert J. Davidson 
and Mrs. T. Chipman Day 
and Mrs. Patrick Devine 
and Mrs. Henry Diggs 
and Mrs. Charles L. Donahue 
and Mrs. Anthony R. Donato 
and Mrs. Thomas C. Duffy 
and Mrs. A. Gordon Elkins 
and Mrs. Richard H. Ellis 
Walter J. Erickson 
and Mrs. Arthur J. Erickson 
Dolores L. Evans 



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Mr. and Mrs. Ross E. Fairbanks 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Fanning 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ferrara 

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Ferris 

Mr. and Mrs. Guptill Fillmore 

Dr. and Mrs. Norton Fishman 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Flynn 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Fowler 

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Franklin 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fuller 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gemelli 

Mr. and Mrs. John Gianusso 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Gibbs 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Gormley 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gray 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Grinavic 

Mr. and Mrs. William Gridinskas 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Hauck 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hayden 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hayes 

Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hirsch 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Osborne Holmes 

Mr. G. Raymond Hussey 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ioanelli 

Dr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Jansen 

Miss Ruth Johngren 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford T. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo V. Johnson 

Rev. and Mrs. Allen Keedy 

Mr. and Mrs. John Kelley 

Miss Margaret Kenefick 

Mr. and Mrs. D. Vincent Kenefick 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Kent 

Mrs. Amos C. Kingsbury 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Long 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Longstaff 

Dr. and Mrs. William F. Lovell 

Dr. and Mrs. Roy T. Lydon 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Maguire 

Mr. and Mrs. Bronius Makaitis 

Mrs. John Manning 

Mrs. Joseph Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. William Mattson 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. McAuliffe 

Miss Louise McCormack 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. McCormack 



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Miss Grace MeGonagle Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McKenna Dr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. McKinney Mr. 

Rev. Paul J. McManus Mr. 

Rev. and Mrs. Edmund A. Miller Dr. 

The Most Rev. Jeremiah F. Minihan Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Mitchell Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Morrissey Mrs 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy F. Moynihan Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Murphy Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Naff Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Waldo H. Nason Dr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Luraan W. Naylor Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Nenart Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Noonan Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. O'Brien, Sr. Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O'Gorman Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Ostergren Dr. 

Miss Elizabeth O'Sullivan Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Oszajca Mr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas H. O'Toole, Jr. Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Palleiko Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pelletier Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Pellowe Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Pender Mr. 

Miss Edna Phillips Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Purpura Mr. 

Mr. and Mrs. James Quinn Mr. 

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Philip W. Riley 
and Mrs. Jerome Rizzo 
Harriet E. Rogers 
and Mrs. Charles Romeo 
and Mrs. Paul Rowe 
and Mrs. William F. Ryan 
and Mrs. Alfred W. Salie 
and Mrs. Edward W. Sanders 

Julie A. Sankey 
and Mrs. Daniel A. Sarno 
and Mrs. Angelis Savina 
and Mrs. F. Seeberger 
and Mrs. Louis A. Sieracki 
and Mrs. John D. Smith 
and Mrs. Linwood F. Snider 
and Mrs. James J. Socci 
and Mrs. Frank Souden 
and Mrs. Ralph Spear 
and Mrs. H. J. Sternstein 
and Mrs. John Stonefield 
and Mrs. Joseph Stonis 
and Mrs. Charles Sullivan 
and Mrs. A. Franklin Swift, Jr. 
and Mrs. Walter Taylor 
and Mrs. John W. Usevich 
and Mrs. Elroy Whitney 
and Mrs. Paul Wilder 
and Mrs. D. W. Williams 
and Mrs. George S. Williamson 
and Mrs. Raymond J. Wojdag 
and Mrs. Edgar F. Woodward, Sr. 




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Established January 5, 1894 



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Our Shares in Democracy Drive was a liu^c success! 



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Best Wishes for Future Success and Happiness 

to 

THE CLASS OF 1959 

NORWOOD HIGH SCHOOL 



Norwood Co-operative Bank 

Promoting Thrift and Home Ownership 
Since 1889 



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Why is Ronnie W. so shy? 



THE NORWOOD MESSENGER 




Published Every Tuesday and Thursday 
A Community Institution Since 1895 



For school, church, civic, fraternal, social, 
sports, and latest "spot" news . . . com- 
plete community coverage . . . read the 
Norwood Messenger regularly. 



NOrwood 7-2715 






ANDY'S JEWELERS 


FOLEY TRAVEL AGENCY 


Diamonds - Watches 




Sterling 


719 WASHINGTON STREET 






10 GUILD STREET 


NORWOOD, MASS. 






NORWOOD -:- MASS. 




Introducing . . . 


NUGENT'S 


THE BARGAIN SHOE 


GULF SERVICE 


CENTER STORE 




To the 1959 Graduates 


865 WASHINGTON STREET 


"WHERE FASHION, FIT AND PRICE 




IS THE SPECIALTY" 


NORWOOD, MASS. 


696 Washington Street, Norwood 




NOrwood 7-2982 



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Ladies and Gentlemen Always. 



NORWOOD LUMBER COMPANY 

Br nt on Service 

Straight on Quality 

LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL 
East Hoyle Street NOrwood 7-0244 



ORENT BROTHERS, INC. 

Established 1912 
NORWOOD ATTLEBORO 

CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES 
for the Entire Family 

The Store that Quality Built 



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Remember the Green Shoes on St. Patrick's Day: 1 



RUTH'S 


LYDON & HAASE CO., INC. 


Millinery - Sportswear 


Plumbing and Heating 




OIL BURNER SALES AND SERVICE 


700 Washington Street 




NORWOOD, MASS. 


205-207 Fulton St. Norwood 


NOrwood 7-4131 


NOrwood 7-0719 


(Across from the Norfolk County Trust Bank) 


Timken Silent Automatic Heat 


GOVE ELECTRIC CO. 


JACK AND HARRY'S 


705 Washington Street 


AUTO STORE 




732 Washington Street, Norwood 


Norwood, Mass. 


Tel. NO 7-1464 


Phone NOrwood 7-0550 


Tires — Batteries — Accessories 
Sporting Goods — Appliances 




Bicycles 


ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS 


PARKING IN REAR 


Maytag Washers and Dryers 


Success Comes To Those Who Know 


HILLIARD'S 


DOLORES 




BEAUTY SALON 


The "400" Restaurant 






1047 Washington Street 


711 WASHINGTON STREET 


Norwood, Mass. 


NORWOOD 






Telephone NOrwood 7-1664-M 



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II Imi do //>r medallions stand for. fiirls? 



L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 



'Known wherever there are Schools and Colleges' 



Class Rings and Pins 

Commencement Invitations - Diplomas - Personal Cards 

Chili Insignia - Medals & Trophies 



Mr. Bill Rowan 
Attleboro -:- Massachusetts 



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Our N.H.S. School Song Is "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes." 



TURNPIKE LUMBER CO. 

DOORS, WINDOWS, LUMBER, ETC. 

"Norwood's Friendly Lumber Yard" 
Free Estimate — Free Delivery 

"Service is Our Byword" 

900 ROUTE NO. 1 Tel. NO 7-0500 


MARTIN FABRICS, INC. 

formerly 
NORWOOD FABRIC SHOP 

Curtains - Draperies - Slipcovers 

TRAVERSE RODS AND 
VENETIAN BLINDS 

6 Guild Street 
Tel. NOrwood 7-1729 


FLOORLAND 

656 WASHINGTON STREET 
Norwood, Mass. 

FREE ESTIMATES 

Inlaid Linoleum, Asphalt 

Rubber and Carpet 

Plastic Tiles 

Open Thursday & Fridays 'till 9 P.M. 
NOrwood 7-2222 


Success comes to those who know 
and those who know say . . . 

MacDONALD'S 
COLOR CENTER 

The Spot to Shop . . . 

for fine Wallpaper, Paint 
and Art Materials 

CENTRAL & DAY STREETS 
NORWOOD 


LENNY'S BEAUTY NOOK 

10 VERNON STREET 
NORWOOD, MASS. 

Chic Hairstyling by 
Competent Operators 


CENTRAL LAUNDROMAT 

20 Central St. 
NORWOOD, MASS. 

Tel. NOrwood 7-1356 

Laundry — Shirts — Dry Cleaning 
Dried, Folded and Wrapped 



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Bonnie and Bishop are alliterative anyway. 



THE PLIMPTON PRESS 

COMPOSITION ELECTROTYPING 

PRESSWORK BINDING 



Best W ishes 
TO CLASS OF 1959 

NORWOOD GAS COMPANY 

530-532 WASHINGTON STREET 
Tel. NOrwood 7-0179 



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Remember the signals in the Boys^ Room? 



EDDIE ARMOURS 



Barber Shop 



635 Washington Street 



Norwood, Mass 



CARROLL PERFUMERS 



Norwood's Leading Cosmetics Store 



Blue Coal New England Coke 

OUR GUARANTEED FUELS 

JOHN A. WHITTEMORE'S 

SONS 

Oil Burner Service 
Range and Fuel Oils 

710 WASHINGTON STREET 
Tel. NO 7-0764 - 0765 



CLARK'S PHARMACY 

500 WASHINGTON STREET 



Specializing' in Teenage Jewelry and Cosmetics 






NORWOOD, MASS. 


Jewelry — Perfume 




Cosmetics — Gift Items 


B 


645 WASHINGTON STREET 




NOrwood 7-2768 


Tel. NOrwood 7-2018 


'"Beauty Is Our Business" 






JOHN E. BAMBER CO., INC. 


POWDER PUFF 




842 WASHINGTON STREET 


Building Construction 
Bulldozer Work 


NORWOOD 






445 Walpole St. Norwood 


Tel. NOrwood 7-1133 


Tel. NOrwood 7-2690 



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Remember the girls' football game? 




Furlong's Candies & Ice Cream 

NORWOOD THEATRE BUILDING 
Tel. NOrwood 7-1293 

Featuring Our Own Freezer-Pac Ice Cream 
Gallons and Half Gallons 

Visit Our Big Roadside Stand — Route 109, Millis 

Drive nut for the best Fried Clams you have ever tasted. 



R. ZOPPO COMPANY, INC. 

Builders -:- Contractors 

842 BOSTON-PROVIDENCE HIGHWAY 
NORWOOD. MASS. 



[161] 



Who did throiv the basket ball? 



HUMPHREY'S MARKET 


GERTRUDE'S 


625 WASHINGTON ST. 


PASTRY SHOP 


NOrwood 7-1441 






Fancy Pastry is Our Specialty 


The House of Quality 




Meats and Fish 


641 WASHINGTON ST. 


Live Lobsters A Specialty 


Tel. NOrwood 7-0878 




"Put Your Feet in Regan's Hands" 


NORWOOD STUDIOS 






REGAN'S SHOE CORNER 


WEDDING CENTRE 


FRANCIS J. DORAN 


Catering — Photography — Invitations 




Flowers — Formal Wear 


Air Step 




Bostonians 


534 WASHINGTON STREET 


Stride Rite 


(Opposite St. Catherine's Parish) 


"Your Child Fitted as Though He Were Ours" 


Walter J. Glynn, Sr. 






ROSE ANN'S PASTRY SHOP 


STANDARD AUTO GEAR CO. 


Birthday Cakes Are Our Specialty 




1031 WASHINGTON ST. 


2 Broadway 






NOrwood 7-2334 


Norwood, Mass. 






OPEN* OX SUNDAYS 



[162] 



Mary A's interests lie in the field of Art?? 




There's Treasure to be found at the HENRY O. PEABODY 
SCHOOL for Career-minded Young People. 

Highest professional standards of intensive training assure 
successful careers in FOODS, BEAUTY CULTURE, DRESS- 
MAKING, FASHIONS, OFFICE POSITIONS and the use 
of BUSINESS MACHINES. 



PRIVATELY ENDOWED 



LIFE LONG PLACE1\UENT BUREAU 



Mail a postcard today to the Director. Henry ( >. Pi v >v School 

Norwood, Mass.. for full particulars. State your choice of career. 



163] 



Bashful Bob never had a word to say — only a hundred. 



"Just Right" 


WHITE'S ICE CREAM 


Your Clothes' Best Friend 




Since 1923 


707 Neponset Street 




Norwood - Massachusetts 


JUST RIGHT CLEANERS, INC. 




Norwood - Walpole 


"BREAKFAST SERVED AT SEVEN" 


Congratulations . . . GRADUATES 






DAY DRUG COMPANY 


MATSAM OUTLET STORE 




featuring 


The Rexall Store 


Mens' & Boys' Wear 




Clothing & Shoes 


702 WASHINGTON STREET 




Tel. NOrwood 7-2694 


HERB McGUIRE, Manager 




You Buy the Best 


FARNHAM'S MUSIC SHOP 


at 


Musical Instruments and Accessories 


GEARTY'S SHOES 


Lessons on All Instruments 


FOR THE FAMILY 


RECORDS - SHEET MUSIC - PHONOGRAPHS 




850 WASHINGTON ST., NORWOOD 


653 Washington Street 


(Down One Block From the Hospital) 


Norwood, Mass. 


Tel. NO 7-2102 



[164] 



Remember the Rock's bod\ building course? 



WILLIAMS OIL-O-MATIC HEATING 

24-Hour Burner Service 
Phone NO 7-0137 



BEAVER COAL AND OIL CO. 



DULKIS SUPER SERVICE 

Complete Motor Tune-up 

495 WASHINGTON STREET NORWOOD, MASS. 

Tel. NOrwood 7-1594 



[165] 



Can we ever forget "Bo Diddle' s" antics'/ 



GUILD VARIETY STORE 


Quality Values 


2 Guild Street 


BRENNER'S 


Norwood, Mass. 


CHILDREN'S SHOPS, INC. 


DEALER FOR HENDRIES' 
ICE CREAM 


Boys', Girls' and Infants' Wear 


"The Cream for Particular People" 


652 Washington St. Norwood, Mass. 


Tel. NOrwood 7-7041 


Telephone NO 7-2276 


DREYFUS & WHITE 


ALDO D. PELLINI 


Wholesale — Retail 


Your Tailor and Furrier 


FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 


Cleaning Pressing 


629 Washington Street 


Repairing Dyeing 


Norwood, Mass. 


487-A WASHINGTON STREET 


Tel. NO 7-1899 — 7-1526 


NORWOOD, MASS. 


BRASTOWS 


COLONIAL MARINE 


Next to W. T. Grant 


Norwood, Mass. 


Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry - Gifts 


Complete Marine Sales and Service 


Photo Supplies 




Watch and Jewelry Repairings 


Congratulations and Best Wishes 


Engravings 


To the Class of 1959 



[16G] 






Remember ilia ball of yarn 1/. I. threw at the class meeting: 



Flaherty Contracting Co. 

55 BERWICK PLACE NORWOOD, MASS. 

Telephone NOrwood 7-1056 



BEST WISHES 
TO CLASS OF 1959 

MARGUERITE STUDIO 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

206 PROSPECT ST. NORWOOD, MASS. 

NOrwood 7-0074 



A. J. FORREST CO. 

Tel. NOrwood 7-1445 or 7-1446 

ESSO FUEL OIL - OIL BURNERS 



[167] 



Remember tlie day when Joan F., Mary K., and Anita F. skipped school? 



GARNERS PHARMACY 


JOHN KELLIHER 


Prescription Specialists 


Variety Store 


Kodaks — Camera Supplies 


■ 




210 PLEASANT STREET 


639 WASHINGTON STREET 






NOrwood 7-0149-W 


Tel. NOrwood 7-0038 




THE GUILD TAXI 


NORWOOD PET 




and 


"Cars for All Occasions" 


AQUARIUM SUPPLY 


.1. M. TOMASELLO 


J. E. DALEY 


728 WASHINGTON STREET 


483A Washington Street 


NORWOOD, MASS. 


Norwood, Mass. 


Tel. NOrwood 7-2350 


NOrwood 7-2457-M 


FASHIONETTE BEAUTY SALON 






IRVINGS 


1056 Washington St. 






CAMERA & RECORD 


Phone NOrwood 7-4892 






SHOP 


"Always First in Fashions" 





[168] 



Hinc about those Driving Tests? 



KLEPS 
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE 

BATTERIES — IGNITION — CARBURETION 
LOCKSMITHING — RADIO 

770 Providence Highway 
Telephone NOrwood 7-2279 



Specialists in INFRA-RED Raked Enamel Refinishing 



ACME BODY & PAINT CO., INC. 



3430 WASHINGTON STREET 



JAMAICA PLAIN -:- MASS. 



Telephone JA 4-3464 



[169] 



Remember the midnight ride at Gyn's? 


MAL'S 


NOrwood 7-0209 - 7-3914 




Res. NOrwood 7-317G 


14. Acre of Bargains For 




The Entire Family 


EDWARD E. J. RUNCI 




Real Estate Broker 


Open Every Evening 'til 10 P.M. 






269 WALPOLE STREET 


991 PROVIDENCE HIGHWAY 




Route 1 - Norwood 


NORWOOD - MASS. 


Headquarters for All Occasions 




TUXEDO RENTALS 




TROILO'S 


GAY AND METTERS 


Tailors and Cleansers, Inc. 


Insurance 


1124 Washington Street 




South Norwood, Mass. 


651 WASHINGTON STREET 


Anthony Ferrara Joseph Troilo 




Special Feature 


NORWOOD 


TONY MARTIN STYLED TUXEDOS 




Special Coiirtesy Rates for Students 




NOrwood 7-3082 


Tel. NOrwood 7-2420 


Free Pick-up and Delivery 





[170 J 






Does Bob Ii. take dancing lessons? 



Congratulations 



From the 



CLASS OF Y>0 



All the best 



From the 



CLASS OF 61 



[171] 



Did you know Martha S. 


talked to Frankie Avalon? 


BABEL'S 


DACEY BROS. DAIRY STORE 


PAINT AND WALLPAPER 






Corner Nahatan and 


MODENE PAINT SERVICE 


Fulton Streets 


715 Washington Street 




(Opposite Guild Theatre) 


Specializing in 


Tel. NOrwood 7-3128 


"MILK BY THE GALLON" 


Tel. NOrwood 7-0639 






Congratulations and 


MACCHI BROTHERS 






Best Wishes 


TELEVISION — AIR CONDITIONING 




FINE FURNITURE 




REFRIGERATORS, RADIOS, WASHERS 




FREEZERS 


MR. & MRS. LEO G. MAGEE 


Sold and Serviced 






Westwood, Mass. 


1250 Washington Street 




So. Norwood, Mass. 




QUINLAN BROS. 


MIDWAY CAFE 


DEDHAM, MASS. 


ROUTE 1 DEDHAM 



[172] 



IT lu> stole Mary A.'s chickens? 




-»> "Take an 



Older Sister's 
Advice..." 




"IT'S SMART to line up job interviews well in advance 
of graduation. And one of the best places I knoiv to con- 
tact is the Telephone Company. Several of us from my 
graduating class are working here — and every one of us 
loves it." 

Telephone jobs are important 
ones. We have our own training pro- 
gram which you can enter without any 
previous job experience. The pay is 
good, and you'll get regular raises. 

Why not come and see our employ- 
ment interviewer soon . . . before you 
graduate. Ask the Guidance Counselor 
at your school to tell you when and 
where to apply. 

NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY 



[173] 



Who were the Big Four? 



ROLL-LAND 



Route 1 Norwood, Mass. 



ROLLER SKATING and MINIATURE GOLF 



Norwood Sheet Metal Works, Inc. 

0. J. GERMANO, Prop. 

Warm Air Heating - Radiator Repairing 

Welding - Air Conditioning 

Tel. NOrwood 7-0720 Residence 

7-2314 CAnton 6-1194 

ROUTE 1 NORWOOD, MASS. 



[174] 



I lor wood J ^ Tin est 



■ r 



Is ^JTairesl 




COUNTY TELEVISION 


SOUTH END HARDWARE CO. 


SERVICE 


N. ABDAI.LAH, Prop. 




The General Store 


Service On All Makes 


Oldest Hardware Store in Norwood 


NOrwood 7-4343 




Nights NOrwood 7-400(i 


1041-1043 Washington Street 




NORWOOD, MASS. 


Division of 


Tel. NOrwood 7-0405 


Sam"s Furniture and Appliance 




WALTER F. GOULD 


D. C. HORTON 


SUNOCO PRODUCTS 


PAINTING & DECORATING 




675 Neponset St. - Norwood, Mass. 


1250 Washington Street 






Tel. NOrwood 7-3720 


So. Norwood, Mass. 






Residential -:- Commercial 


To Serve You Better 






R & B SERVICE CENTER 


John Hancock 




Mutual Life Insurance Company 


496 Washington Street 


Norwood Office 


Norwood, Mass. 


LEE-LAN BUILDING GUILD ST. 


MOBIL PRODUCTS 


Frank T. Bobst Agency, Boston 
DANIEL C. RYAN, C.L.U. 


We Give Top Value Stamps 


Branch Manager 





[176] 



Remember the "Wots Chooher"? 



SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY 

607 Washington St. Norwood, Mass. 

I. II. FRATES, Manager 



SHURFINE MARKET 

Matthew Folan and Henry McKeown, Proprietors 

LOCATED AT 448 NAHATAN STREET 
NORWO< >D, MASSACHUSETTS 



WALPOLE STREET GARAGE 

Studel>aker and Packard 

SALES - SERVICE 

451 Walpole Street Norwood, Mas?. 

NOrwood 7-1983 



[177] 



Remember all the things we want to forget? 



CALLAHAN'S 



Norwood Furniture Co. 



Since 1895 



720 WASHINGTON STREET NORWOOD, MASS. 



NOrwood 7-1132 



WAYSIDE FLOWERS 
& NURSERIES 

74 MYLOD STREET 
WALPOLE, MASS. 

Tel. MOntrose 8-0720 



NORWOOD 
WOMEN'S SHOP 

631 WASHINGTON STREET 

NORWOOD, MASS. 

Tel. NOrwood 7-0236 



[178] 



Remember li. Murphy in >//i period History:' 



NORWOOD SPORT CENTER 

'New England's Most Beautiful Bowling Auditorium' 



28 BOWLING LANES 

65 COTTAGE STREET Tel. NOrwood 7-71(13 

Open daily 12 noon to 12 midnight 
Sundays 2 to 11 p.m. 



Buy and Save . . . 

KORDETTE SHOPS 

Norwood's Leading Shop for 
LADIES' APPAREL 

CHARGE AND BUDGET ACCOUNTS INVITED 

FRANK A. MORRILL, INC. 

Insurance of Every Description 
698 WASHINGTON STREET 

A. L. BATEMAN CO., INC. 

698 WASHINGTON STREET 



[179] 



Remember Easter Eve? 





TOWNE'S EXPRESS 




Daily Express 


FORREST CONSTRUCTION 


NORWOOD 


COMPANY 


WALPOLE 
DEDHAM 




BOSTON 




Tel. NOrwood 7-0792 


E. O'TOOLE 


COFSKYS EXPRESS 


Route 1, Corner of Everett Street 




ISLINGTON, MASS. 


BOSTON — NORWOOD — WALPOLE 




Home Office 




63 Austin Street, Norwood 




Tel. NOrwood 7-1224 


GLACIER SAND 




and 


Boston' Office 
58 Broad Street, Boston 


STONE CO., INC. 


Tel. HAncock 6-9870 



[180] 



I'i'fi B. - - Did you ever take boxing lessons? 



Compliments of 



ENDEAN FARM 



UNION SAVINGS BANK 

THREE OFFICES 

216 Tremont St., Boston 16 69 Franklin St., Boston 10 

728 Washington St., Norwood 

SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

Single Name Trustee Joint Accounts 

Interest Kate 3' : i ' f Per Annum 

Deposits Fully Insured Under Mass. Law 

YOU CAN SAVE BY MAIL 

HOME MORTGAGES 

PERSONAL LOANS AT LOW KATES 
SEE US ABOUT LOW-COST SAVINGS BANK LIFE INSURANCE 

To Pay Bills or Send Money Use Our 

"REGISTER CHECKS" 

WILLIAM B. CAROLAN, President 
FRANCIS McQUAID, Manager of Norwood Office and Assistant Treasurer 



I1S11 



Remember the fun in 


Chemistry 4th period? 


Corsages - Wedding Bouquets 




DWANE the FLORIST 






DENNY REST HOME 


52 Day Street NOrwood 7-2931 




Hospital and Funeral Flower 




Arrangements 




REGINA GIFT SHOP 






PEACHEY'S TV 


649 Washington St. 




Norwood 


Norwood, Mass. 


Religious Articles, Stationery 


NOrwood 7-6251 


Greeting Cards 




PAT'S BARBER SHOP 






Compliments of 


1146 Washington Street 





SOUTH NORWOOD 



HARRY B. BUTTERS 



[182] 



Remember Carol Sarno's So/rft. fi^hiY 



Joseph 

df NDRWDDD 
MEN'S SHOP 

677-A WASHINGTON STREET 



NOrwood 7-2014 

J. GORDON RITCHIE, INC. 

Jewelers and Watchmakers 

121 CENTRAL ST. NORWOOD, MASS. 

Office: NOrwood 7-1250 

AMBROSE PRESS, Inc. 

Commercial Printers 
for Over 50 Years 

925 WASHINGTON STREET NORWOOD, MASS. 

F. W. NEILSEN, President F. WILLIAM NEILSEN, Business Manager 



[183] 



Remt'mber when the boys had T-jackets? 



NORWOOD 



MACHINE WORKS 



INC. 



ROBERT W. HANSEN 



Master Electrician 



ESQUIRE CLEANSERS 

106 Walpole S:reet 
Norwood, Mass. 

SAME DAY CLEANSING 

No Extra Charge 



VICTORIA REST HAVEN 
Nursing Home 



601 NEPONSET STREET 


Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1959 


CANTON, MASS. 




CAnton 6-2030 


137 Nichols Street 
Norwood, Mass. 


"You Said It, Use Your Credit" 




HALON JEWELRY CO. 


NO. WALPOLE GREENHOUSE 


644 Washington St., Norwood, Mass. 






Corsages Cut Flowers 


Headquarters for 


Wedding Bouquets Plants 


Diamonds, Watches, Hi-Fi's 




Cameras, Luggage 


MO 8-0159 


"A Gift From Your Jeweler is Finest" 





[184] 



Remember Zsha's I'. J. Party? 



The Norwood Senior High School 



Student Council 

Extends Its Heartiest Congratulations 
to the 



TIOT STAFF 



N. E. Window Conditioning Co. 



963 WATERTOWN STREET 
WEST NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

ALUMINUM DOORS & WINDOWS 



[185] 



ir h\ did Elaine always inarch on the balls of her feet? 



Every graduating class is sprinkled with a gentle 
Stardust of gracious but most unscholarly mystics. 

They are dark horse "sleepers." 
When YOU enter the final stretch of life's contest, 
you may find yourself digging hopelessly to catch 
them ! 

Carroll H. WOODS Insurance 

AGENCY 

Warren and Alice Milliken 



Congratulations 

and 

Best Wishes 

FOR FUTURE SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS 
to the 

CLASS OF 1959 

from 

The Norwood Police Department 



[186] 



Remember the Pits? 



WALPOLE STREET PHARMACY 

Normand D. Dion, B.S., Reg. Pharm. 

Free Prescription Pick-l p and Delivery 

After Store Hours 

Call NOrwood 7-1649 for Prescriptions 

170 WALPOLE ST. NORWOOD 

NOrwood 7-0171 



NORWOOD TRIBUNE 

506 Washington Street NOrwood 7-2844 

NORWOOD'S LOCALLY OWNED 

NEWSPAPER 

Tribune Pictures Are Better 



Norwood Fraternal Order of Eagles 



AERIE NO. 1822 



[1881 






Remember the. time Kath, Mart and San took Billys "Pin." 



du Pom, Homsey & Cdmpmy 

MEMBERS NEW YORK AND BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGES 

FITCHBURG - SPRINGFIELD - WORCESTER 

31 Milk Street 
Boston 9, Massachusetts 



Congratulations and 



Best Wishes for Future Suecess 



and Happiness 



[189] 



Remember Bev F. at the Needham game'/ 



BERT'S THOM McAN 


KORSLUND, LeNORMAND 




& QUANN, INC. 


Men's and Boy's Shoes 




712 WASHINGTON STREET 


— Architects — 


NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 


506 Washington Street 


NOrwood 7-2678 


NOrwood 7-0555 


NORWOOD 




MOTOR PARTS CO., INC. 






F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 


— Machine Shop — 


680 Washington Street 


1014 WASHINGTON ST. 


Norwood, Mass. 


NOrwood 7-4250 




KELLY'S APPLIANCE CENTER 




MAYTAG SYLVANIA 

WASHING TELEVISION 


WIGGINS AIRWAYS 


MACHINES RADIO 




FASTEST 


Norivood Municipal Airport 


APPLIANCE SERVICE 




CALL NO 7-2414 


Norwood. Massachusetts 


514 Washington St., Norwood 





[190] 



Judy F. — Do you have a secret love? 




YOU GET SUPERLATIVE SERVICE 



at 



SANSONE MOTORS, INC. 

GOODYEAR TIRES GULF PRODUCTS 

100 BROADWAY 

Agents for Do Soto and Plymouth Automobiles — International Trucks 

Driver Training Gars Provided for 
High Sehool Safety Course 

Safe Transportation Assured for 
Norwood School Children in SANSONE BUSES 



[191] 



Remember the last girls' basketball game when we finally got over 19 points? 



HIGH STREET MARKET 


NORWOOD NEWSTAND 


687 High Street 


633 WASHINGTON STREET 


Westwood 


NORWOOD, MASS. 


Distributors for S.S. Pierce Products 


NOrwood 7-5134 



NEPONSET VALLEY FARM 



Producers and Distributors 



QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS 



Telephone NOrwood 7-0785 -:- Ice Cream Stand 7-0532 



[1921 



JT hy were Roger K. and Daniel G. always whispering? 



HOLLINGSWORTH & VOSE COMPANY 



EAST WALPOLE, MASS. 



Drapes -:- Slipcovers 






Custom-Made — Ready-Make 


THE FUTURE NURSES 




Norfolk Charge Plan 


of AMERICA 




Cottons - Woolens - Rayons 


Take pleasure in lending 




NORWOOD DRAPERY 


a helping hand 




& FABRIC 


to the 




710 WASHINGTON STREET 

NORWOOD, MASS. 


SENIOR YEARBOOK of 1959 




NO 7-3893 






Congra tu I at ions 


CLOVERLEAF 
BOWLING ALLEYS 




To the Class of '59 From the 


Miniature Golf 
741 Providence Highway 




Future Teachers of America 


NOrwood 7-0410 





[194] 



Who will ever forget thai "Dumb Blonde!'' 



WALTER J. DEMPSEY 



Insurance Broker 



504 WASHINGTON STREET 



NORWOOD. MASS. 



C. & W. FOOD MART 

HEAVY WESTERN STEER BEEF 

Store of Quality- 
Meats — Groceries — Fruit — J egetables — Fish 
301 N AH AT AN STREET -:- NOrvvood 7-1620 

James A. Curran and James J. Wall, Proprietors 



[195] 



W ho were Mrs. Coveneys two "Love Birds?" 



NORWOOD LAUNDRY CO. 

Launderers and Cleaners 

Fur Storage 

884 Washington Street 
NORWOOD, MASS. 

Tel. NOrwood 7-0999 - 7-1313 



FRIEND LUMBER CO. 
of Norwood 

Next to Norwood Arena 
NOrwood 7-3800 

Open All Day Saturday 

Free Delivery 

All Materials for Contractor, 
Carpenter, or Do-It-\ onrself Fan 



TONY'S BARBER SHOP 



Anthoney F. Turinese 



502 Washington Street 



SAM'S 

Television — Appliances — Furniture 

Visit Our Sleep Shop 

11 COTTAGE STREET 
NOrwood 7-4343 



JOSEPH J. PRAINO, JR. 

Plumbing and Heating 

Standard and Kohler Fixtures 

411 PROSPECT STREET 

NORWOOD, MASS. 

NOrwood 7-1059 



BEAUTY SALON 

5 SUNSET AVENUE 
NORWOOD -:- MASS. 

Specialists in Hair Shaping, 
Styling, and Permanent Waving 



[196] 



Do Con anil Cvn remember barefoot days'/ 



EYSIE'S SUPER MARKET 

Roger and George Eysie. Props. 
1237 Washington Street NOrwood 7-0757 



'iOLR HOME TOWN GROCER 



Wholesale MONUMENTS Retail 

NORWOOD MONUMENTAL WORKS 

MAZZOLA'S MEMORIALS 

C. D. Mazzola and Sons 

WASHINGTON and CHAPEL STS. NORWOOD, MASS 
Telephone: NOrwood 7-1735 



JENS AND PETERS 

Gift and Beauty Shoppe, Inc. 

"The Smartest Thing You Wear is Your Hair" 

STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES 

HUMMELS — CARDS — RELIGIOUS ARTICLES — GLASSWARE 

HONE CHINA — CERAMICS 

15 Cottajje Street NOrwood 7-1594 



U97] 



Why was Brow always shopping at Sullivan's Mart? 



i lorwood L^ouncil /Jo. 232 

KNIGHTS DF COLUMBUS 



Officers for 1958-1959 



Bishop Jeremiah F. Minihan 

Robert F. Gearty . 

Daniel W. Sullivan, Jr. 

John J. Murphy 

William F. Nolan, Jr. 

Raymond T. Halloran 

C. James Cleary 

Thomas Rogers 

Thomas McManus 

Victor J. Babel 

John P. Tarpey 

James B. Cuff 

John L. Griffin 

Paul E. Cleary 

Richard F. McGrath 



Chaplain 

Grand Knight 

Deputy Grand Knight 

Chancellor 

Recording Secretary 

Treasurer 

Financial Secretary 

Lecturer 

Advocate 

Warden 

Inside Guard 

Outside Guard 

Trustee 

Trustee 

Trustee 



[198] 



What "pitchers" nill the boys never forget? 



GILLOOLY FUNERAL SERVICE 

126 Walpole Street 
NORWOOD ■:■ MASSACHUSETTS 

Telephone NOrwood 7-0174 



Beauty is a Woman's Duty 

NIKKI'S 

Beauty Salon 

485-A WASHINGTON ST. NORWOOD, MASS. 

NOrwood 7-0178 

Visit our Beautiful Shop in Walpole, too! 



Town Square Hardware & Supply Corp. 

599 WASHINGTON STREET 
NORWOOD, MASS. 



ri99] 



Will the football players ever forget "growl tigers?" 



MAY FUNERAL HOME 

85 Nichols Street 

Norwood, Massachusetts 

ESTABLISHED 1922 

Telephone NOrwood 7-1509 



Compliments of 

THE NORWOOD LAW SOCIETY 



WALLACE N. LEE 

Plumbing and Heating 

1266 HIGH STREET WESTWOOD, MASS. 

NOrwood 7-2997 



[200] 



Will Mr. Dunn succeed in nailing cranberry sauce to the blackboard? 



THE NORWOOD 
COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 



Extends 



BEST WISHES 



to the 



1959 GRADUATING CLASS 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
Rev. J. H. Hevey, Pastor 

GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 
Rev. Edwin Grilley, Pastor 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
Rev. Irving S. Jones, Pastor 



FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 
Rev. Allen Keedy, Pastor 

EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Rev. Raymond H. Kask, Pastor 

THE UNITED CHURCH 

Rev. Edmund A. Miller, Pastor 



"Whatever You Do, Do All to the Glory of GodF 
(I Corinthians 10:31) 



[202] 



Remember Doody's I'. J. party? 



Norwood Automobile Dealers Association 

BOCH SALES AND SERVICE, INC. — Rambler 

859 Providence Highway - NOrwood 7-1791 

CENTRAL MOTORS, INC. — Chrysler - Plymouth 

48 Central Street - NOrwood 7-2211(1 

DALZELL EDSEL SALES, INC. 

390 Providence Highway - NOrwood 7-5658 

DE WITT PONTIAC. INC. 

145 Broadway - NOrwood 7-3850 

JACK MADDEN FORD SALES, INC. 

999 Washington Street - NOrwood 7-4200 

JOHN MACK CHEVROLET CO., INC. 

31 Providence Highway - NOrwood 7-2780 

JOHNSON MOTOR SALES, INC. — Oldsmobile 

354 Washington Street. Westwood - NOrwood 7-0510 

NORWOOD AUTOMOBILE CO. — Cadillac 

64-68 Broadway - NOrwood 7-0011 

NORWOOD BUICK. INC. 

10 Cottage Street - NOrwood 7-4700 

SANSONE MOTORS, INC. — DeSoto - Plymouth 

100 Broadway - NOrwood 7-2700 

WALPOLE STREET GARAGE — Studebaker 

451 Walpole Street - NOrwood 7-1983 



[203] 



Will the fourth period M. Problems class ever forget Mr. Osgood??? 



The Holliston Mills, Inc 



[204] 



U hut iirri' tlic noises in the Hockey bags? 



EDWIN W. FOGG, JR. photography 

Specialists In 
INDUSTRIAL -:- COMMERCIAL 

Fully Equipped for 
Any Photographic Assignment 

Phone: NOrwood 7-1314 

Residence 
580 NEPONSET STREET 

Norwood. Mass. 



COMPLIMENTS OF THE 

Norwood Bank & Trust Company 

185 CENTRAL STREET NORWOOD, MASS. 



Sanborn Glass Co. 

54 DEAN STREET, NORWOOD 

NOrwood 7-7036 



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Remember the night at the Prince Spaghetti House? 



DAvis 6-2760 

THE VILLAGE BAKERY 

Birthday, Wedding Cakes and Party Orders 
Home-Made Bread 

Swedish and Danish Pastries 

ERIK ERICKSON 

681 High St. Westwood, Mass. 



GEORGE COLEMAN 
BOOKBINDING CO., INC. 

363 Albany Street 

Boston -:- Massachusetts 

Where Your Yearbook teas Bound 



NORWOOD ENGINEERING 


WALSH'S VARIETY 


COMPANY, INC. 






345 Prospect St., Norwood, Mass. 


Registered Professional Engineers 




and Surveyors 


FROZEN FOOD 




COLD CUTS, GROCERIES 


245 Walpole St., Norwood, Mass. 




NOrwood 7-0143 


Tel. NOrwood 7-1623 


Congratulations to 


BARRY PAPER COMPANY 


The Class of 1959 






1023 WASHINGTON STREET 


ONYX BEAUTY SALON 




738 WASHINGTON ST. 


NORWOOD, MASS. 


Featuring All Latest Methods 


NOrwood 7-2470 


of Permanent Waving 





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IT ill Bev. F. for net Pillsburv Products? 



The Norwood Fire Department 

extends its congratulations 
to the 
CLASS OF 1959 
beeause of a fine record 

of 
superior accomplishment. 




Dixon, Belhoney, Coach Scafati, Grinavic 
A HUSKY, HAXDSCME QUARTET 



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Remember Mr. Learnard's exploding milk bottle? 




AVINGS 




oft* 6 




to 




PHOTO -EMGRAVERS 




ROBERTS ENGRAVING COMPANY 



115 SAGAMORE STREET 




QUINCY 71. MASSACHUSETTS 



1 1I0SJ 



Roger, the /<«/^<t, had an everlasting supply <>/ puns. 



Congratulations to 



THE GRADUATING CLASS 



Norwood Senior Hiish School 



BIRD 

& SON inc. 



Edfab&akecL W /7p5 



EAST WALPOLE, MASS. 
CHARLESTON, S.C. 



NORWOOD. MASS. 



PHILLIPSDALE, R.I. 



CHICAGO, ILL. 
SHREVEPORT, LA. 



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Remember the Hockey Dance? 



Lj/our J-^ortrait , . . 



IS MORE THAN A PICTURE 
WHEN YOU HAVE IT TAKEN BY PURDY 



Because our friendly and understanding photographers 
put you at your ease — so that the professional skill which 
completes the making of your portrait begins with the 
warm and natural personality that is you. Make your 
appointment now — and see! 



New England's Foremost Photographer 

PURDY 

367 BOYLSTON STREET, BOSTON 16, MASS. 
(near Arlington Street Church) 

Official Photographer, Norivood High School 



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// hat Has tin- rainbow around your rye. Mrs. /\'.. v 



1959 yearbook 



. . . CREATED AND PRINTED LOCALLY 
BY OUR SKILLED UNION CRAFTSMEN 
REPRODUCING THE ORIGINAL IDEAS 
AND DESIGNS OF THE HIGH SCHOOL 
GRADUATING CLASS 



I lorwood f-^rintina Lo. 

ONE HUNDRED CENTRAL STREET 
NORWOOD, MASSACHUSE T T S 

Jhe ~J4ome of ^Distinctive f^rintinq 



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Remember the mutilated sled at Judy's? 



Werct & 



eaucou 



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We wish to take this opportunity to thank the sponsors and 
advertisers who have helped us to finance this yearbook. At the 
same time, we wish to suggest to our fellow classmates and to all 
our friends who read this hook that they patronize the stores 
listed in our advertising section. Yearbook advertising may reach 
a more limited audience than newspaper advertising, but it is 
much more permanent and much more handsomely displayed, and 
it will be read through the years by all of us who cherish this 
souvenir of happy high school days. 

THE EDITORS 

Bonnie Hussey Ronald Wilder 

Charlene Toinm Roger Kent 

Margaret Brannelly Egils Kartins 

Judith Fowler Robert Bethoney 

Peter Koehl, Saar, Germany 

FACULTY ADVISER 
Mrs. Florence Riley 



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